Here is a view of where I have put some of my files:
I have unwrapped the tar.gz file as you can see above.
Also here is the driver im planning on installing...
Card: Linksys #[WMP54GS] Wireless-G PCI Adapter with Speedbooster -- [link here|List#WMP54GS]
Chipset: Broadcom Corporation BCM94306 802.11g (rev 03)
Driver: Linksys ftp://ftp.linksys.com/pub/network/WMP54GS_20050406.exe
Other: Ndiswrapper 0.11 and 0.12. Works fine with 64-bit WEP key and WPA supplicant (Fedora core-2, Kernel 2.6.8 and 2.6.9). Use WMP54GS.inf
I have unzipped it on another machine which worked out fine. It is waiting for the ndiswrapper to work.
Ok, I've got a problem. I've got the directories where I think they are supposed to be... I cant use ndiswrapper -i WMP54GS.inf.... When I attempt too install the driver it doesnt even recognize ndiswrapper as a command. "bash: ndiswrapper: command not found"
Even when people write out the commands and i enter them in perfectly. It wont work. Sometimes I spend 10 minutes on a 1 line command making sure I wrote it perfectly checking capatilization, and I've also learned about italicized parts where you enter in your user specific info... which I learned the hard way, but even then nothing seems to work. I've googled lots of forums and I've learned lots but nothing to actually install the dang thing please help. The generalized commands that people put on forums that work for like 99% of people just dont seem to be working for me. They will enter a command then be like "yadda yadda then it should do this and now u can enter this and it will do that" It's like a seven or eight step process and I cant even get past step 1.
I'm probably gonna need some interactive help on this 1. I dunno if 1 post will save me. PLeAsE HeLP!! I'll give you any info just ask... I've been trying to set this up for prob 15 hours running.