I've got to try this one! Here's a how-to to setup your wireless network on Ubuntu with the GUI.
Read the blog entry here
In case you dont already know, [tag]NDISWrapper[/tag] is a tool for Linux that allows the use of Windows [tag]drivers[/tag]. This is almost always used for [tag]wireless[/tag] [tag]network[/tag] drivers. It is a very simple way of setting up a previously unsupported device in Linux. This article will describe the setup of NDISWrapper and the installation of the wireless network device driver.