Everything was going well and I really enjoyed it, so much that I installed it on my desktop, however my desktop does not have a built-in wireless card, so instead I'm using a usb adapter.
I need any help as to how to get the necessary files on my PC without internet access, via USB drive.
It's much more important to document your experience for others.By Manufacturer, the Community has created articles for the following Manufacturers: By Version, see this page: by Card, please take a moment and add your card to the wiki if there isn't a page on that device yet.Now the thing is, Kubuntu says that ndiswrapper is not installed.To create a page, simply enter the model # and version in the box (example: dwl-g650vB5) and then click on the Create Device Page button.If you get this method working your Internet connection will most likely be very unstable.I'm currently using Windows on another PC for my online capability and transferring files to each other via flash drive and RW windows 10 preview latest build DVD.
If it is a separate USB device, open up a terminal and type the following: lsusb and look for words like "wireless" to find your card type.
Even if your wireless card does not have a driver designed for Ubuntu, you may be able to get it to work using.
To check your adapter performance, install wavemon : sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install wavemon, to run wavemon wavemon, their are other ways to monitor your signal strength but this one gives you and nice graphic display from the Terminal.Then I need to proper steps as to how to install ndiswrapper and whatever files I'll need for my Netgear wnda3100 USB adapter).Thanks to anyone that replies.It should show up as wlan0 if you have no other wifi adapter installed.Also available are MiniPCI wifi cards for laptop computers and USB Bluetooth adapters to connect Bluetooth wireless devices.