"Now at version 0.3.6, KNDISwrapper is in rapid development. You
can find packages for Mandriva and SUSE 10.3, and source code is
also available. However, before installing, you also need at least
the minimal libraries for KDE 3.5x, which requires installing a few
extra megabytes if you are using KDE 4.x. In addition, you need
NDISwrapper, which, depending on your distribution's policies about
including free software that works with proprietary code, may
require you to enable non-official repositories (on Fedora, for
example, you need to set up the RPMFusion repository).
"As KNDISwrapper opens, it offers you a chance to set your
language, then detects whether you have loaded NDISwrapper into the
kernel. If you haven't yet, it offers to do so for you. If you
don't agree, there's not much point to continuing, except perhaps
to poke through the program. Still, the fact that the program
provides a confirmation dialog rather than automatically changing
your system suggests that the developer at least has the right
idea, especially since you can only run KNDISwrapper as root."
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