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I am trying to get the above wireless adapter o work with Ubuntu. I have installed ndiswrapper but I am unsure what windows driver I need that will work with it.

When I type lsusb I get the following: Bus 001 Device 002: ID 0df6:0042 Sitecom Europe B.V.

I tried searching the ndiswraper site but all I could find was Sitecom WL-344 300N X2 Wireless USB Adapter that pointed me to Driver: rt2870.inf and rt2870.sys (on Windows XP).

I am not sure if this will work or where to download these files, so I was wondering if anyone else has this adapter that could shed some light onto how to get it working.

Edit: I just tried the rt2870 driver and it didnt work

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Code:
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