Total Linux newbie. I downloaded UBUNTU 14.04 (64 bit) and LinuxLive USB Creator. I used the LinuxLive to put the UBUNTU on a 32 Gig stick. I have two PCs, one with XP and the other with Win 7. I put the stick in the Win 7 PC and restarted. Worked fine. My intention is to run from the USB stick until I get it all sorted out and decide which PC to install it on permanently. Now I wanted to connect to the Internet with my Netgear WNA3100 Wireless USB Adapter. I found a number of references on various forums none of which worked for me. The first started with direction to do “lsusb” and this worked as in the forum exchange. The second direction was to do “sudo apt-get install ndisgtk ndiswrapper-dkms dkms linux-headers-generic build-essential.” I did this although I don’t understand it. The response was that reading the package lists and state information was “DONE” and that it built a dependency tree. But, I got “E: Unable to locate package…” for ndisgtk and ndiswrapper-dkms. Long story not so long, I did further forum research that seemed to center on getting these packages. But, I think they were oriented toward obtaining them from a CDROM source while my data is on a USB stick. I also managed to get, what I believe is the correct driver for the WNA3100 and put it on PLACES - DOWNLOAD but don’t know how to get it where ever it needs to be.