It reads a bit like this:
1)Install the driver
The driver on the CD does not work with pardus and you have to download an alternate version under the following linkhttp://kbserver.netgear.com/release_notes/D102843.asp
Unzip the driver. Place the file WIN98 in your home folder.
Open a terminal and type
Go to WIN98 : # cd /home/username/WIN98
Type : # ndiswrapper -i net111v2.inf
Type : # depmod -a
This is to check that the modules are up to date
Type : # modprobe ndiswrapper
This is to load ndiswarapper in the Linux kernel
Type: # ndiswrapper -m
This is to make sure the module takes into account the driver
2) Setting up the network.
Connect your USB device.
Open “Tasma (System Settings)”, go to “Internet & Network” then “Network manager”.
Usually this device is known as “WG111 Wifi (v2) – Netgear, Inc. (wlan0)”. Go to "Create a new connexion" and tick “WG111 Wifi (v2) – Netgear, Inc. (wlan0)” in Wireless network.
Enter your ESSID (which was automatically detected for me by clicking on the appropriate box) then your WEP. Chose DHCP. Validate.
Your WIFI should now work.
To make sure the connection is effective each time you log in, type in a terminal:
# echo ndiswrapper>>/etc/modules.autoload.d/kernel-2.6