[SOLVED] wireless cardbus adapter drivers Yesterday I bought a D-link DWA-645 wireless cardbus adapter and having troubles getting the drivers sorted out. My machine is a portable with ubuntu 7.10 on it (dual boot with XP) I used madwifi but got stuck in the "Loading the MadWifi Module" part of the following link: http://madwifi.org/wiki/UserDocs/FirstTimeHowTo [Broken] It does not seem to do anything. In the next step I get "No such device" So, I tried to use something different, ndiswrapper. This was a complete failure because after the installation using synaptic I got a complete freezing of my system when I tried to point to the windows driver. A manual reboot was necessary. I think there is no problem with the device itself, it is recognised in the device manager. Also it works on XP. I assume it is an installation issue of the drivers? Any help on this is appreciated. Please explain everything in detail because I'm not a linux expert and networks are difficult for me.