Use Microsoft NDIS Network Drivers for WLAN Cards

Some wireless LAN vendors refuse to release hardware specifications or
drivers for their products for operating systems other than Microsoft
Windows. The ndiswrapper project makes it possible to use such hardware
with Linux by means of a loadable kernel module that "wraps around"
NDIS (Windows network driver API) drivers.

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Source Files
Filename Size Changed
README.SUSE 0000001124 1.1 KB almost 14 years
SLE12-SP3-netdev-last_rx-removal.patch 0000001095 1.07 KB over 3 years
Support-kernel-4.0.patch 0000001513 1.48 KB over 4 years
Support-kernel-4.2.patch 0000000621 621 Bytes over 4 years
kernel-3.14.patch 0000000759 759 Bytes over 4 years
ndiswrapper-1.59-kernel-4.3.patch 0000001093 1.07 KB almost 5 years
ndiswrapper-1.59.diff 0000000310 310 Bytes almost 7 years
ndiswrapper-1.59.tar.gz 0000201257 197 KB almost 7 years
ndiswrapper-init_completion.patch 0000000313 313 Bytes about 5 years
ndiswrapper-kernel-4.12.patch 0000002063 2.01 KB almost 2 years
ndiswrapper-kernel_3_14.diff 0000000507 507 Bytes about 4 years
ndiswrapper-replace-dev-trans_start-update-with-help.patch 0000001002 1002 Bytes over 3 years
ndiswrapper.changes 0000032815 32 KB almost 2 years
ndiswrapper.spec 0000003879 3.79 KB almost 2 years
preamble 0000000043 43 Bytes almost 13 years
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