Newbie seeks in setting up D-Link wireless usb wua 1340 with ndiswrapper
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After weeks of struggling to set up my WUA 1340 D-Link on DSL Linux, (Ndiswrapper, wua_supplicant, tarballs and gunzips), today I downloaded Puppy and connected to the internet with absolutely no hastles - straight out of the box. Indeed this is coming from my Puppy L
With my struggle to set up my wi-fi I gathered a lot of information from LQ which will no doubt come in helpful in the future when I experiment with other distros.
Thanks to all of you in the Linux community for selflessly helping others to come on board and share the freedom of being set loose from the bondage of Bill G and co. I pledge to follow your example and do likewise when I am able to walk and run (I am still crawling as a Newbie)