1. Install ndiswrapper. I guess you have it in a package in Fedora, so just install ndiswrapper package.
2. Find the .inf file in the driver package (probably in the main dir).
3. Open a terminal, cd to the directory you have the .inf in and run
ndiswrapper -i filename.inf
where filename.inf is the inf file name.
4. Test it:
If you have it on the list, its installed. Now you have to set it up.
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