I have a small issue. I have a computer running Linux (currently Ubuntu) that has a USB wireless adapter. The adapter is a Cisco AE2500 Dual Band Wireless-N. I cannot get this adapter to work on any version of Linux I have tried (Fedora 16 - 18, Ubuntu 10 - 13). After doing some reading lots of people were saying to use NDIS wrapper to make the adapter function. But NDIS wrapper to me sounds like a WINE for Linux drivers. Is it something I am going to spend hours beating my head into the table over or is it something that can be trusted in production environments? I realize that if I could find the correct driver I would not need NDIS wrapper but it seems this is a long standing issue.
Any insight please?