I use Mandriva, which is very close to PCLos. I also use ndiswrapper. Use the control center to configure your network setting, select wireless. It will ask if you want to use the default driver or a windows driver with ndiswrapper. Select the ndiswrapper option.
It will ask you to select the .inf file. The easiest way is to drop the CD into the CD drive, and select it from the CD. They may be in a subfolder on the CD named drivers. You are looking for the file named .inf, it may match another with the same name labeled .sys.
Good luck with it, it's not too hard. If you don't have the CD, you can search the web for the windows .inf driver file for your particular card. Just download it to a thumbdrive, then do the same thing, but select it off the thumbdrive.
Originally Posted by kalainerene
All you need to do is point ndiswrapper to the relevant .inf file in your windows driver.
How do I do this?