Which flavor of Linux are you running? You may possibly already have it installed. Try this command to see if it is installed:
If it is already installed, it will show the path to ndiswrapper.
If Debian based distro, try:
apt-get install ndiswrapper
If rpm based distro, try your package manager.
If none of the above works, then make sure you have gcc, make, and kernel source installed and get ndiswrapper from here:http://sourceforge.net/project/showf...group_id=93482
If I remember right, you don't even need to ./configure. Just "make" and then "make install". There should be a "readme" or "install" text file that gives detailed info after you "cd" to the place you downloaded it, and un-tar the file (tar -xzvf ndiswrapper-1.23.tar.gz). Depending on your distro, you may be able to just right-click on the tar.gz file and select "extract" from within your file manager.