From what I can tell there is no Linux support for the Netgear N900 WNDA4100. Ndiswrapper doesn't support this, either. I tried installing the driver in wine and the installer crashes. How do I go about requesting support for this device? Is it not possible, or is it just that no one has requested support for this device yet? I was trying to read stuff about compiling drivers myself but this is way way out of my league. Unfortunately I have no other option besides using my Android phone in USB Tether mode while connected to my network via wifi. Through some miracle, Ubuntu sees it as a wired connection. But, this is not an ideal situation.
A fellow on ubuntuforums thinks it's the
I can't test it, but it compiles fine for me.
I started with this driver from Sourceforge Japan.
Working along with this guide I changed these lines:
I applied this fix for a change since the driver was written as directed in an edit here:
The rest of this guide seems sound, but again...I don't have one to test.
The dead link for 'get the latest firmware' should point here.