I want to install the ndiswrapper packages (utils, -dkms and -common) in my Ubuntu 13.04 live-usb. However, since I don't have wi-fi while I'm on the Daily build, I can't install them directly, so I have to return to my default 12.10 installation to download the appropriate packages and dependencies.
The package dependencies are listed here:
Though -common and -utils have relatively few dependencies, -dkms has quite a few, and most of these have their own dependencies. I also realize that many of these dependencies are installed by default in 13.04.
So I was wondering if there is some way to quickly determine only the packages I would actually need to download and install to get ndiswrapper working in 13.04. Something like a simulation of an "apt-get install" in 13.04 that would output all the missing packages for a default installation. Thanks!