First let me thank all of the Bodhi team for introducing myself to the exciting world of Linux!
Now let's get to my problem
I am trying to use a Zyxel G-320H EE pci wifi card which does not appear to have native linux drivers and wasn't recognized by Bodhi.
After some research made I was able to fire it up with ndiswrapper and Windows drivers. Now lamps on the card are blinking just like they are supposed to and I can see available wifi networks in the Bodhi Network applet.
The problem is that when I try to connect to my home wifi network it looks like it does not recognize the password I am entering. "Authentication required by wi-fi network" window keeps popping up again and again notwithstanding the fact that the password is actually correct (which I am 100% sure).
I suspect the trouble is caused by ndiswrapper and Windows drivers. Thus I am almost ready to give up on this wifi card, but decided to give it a last try and ask you guys for some help.
Any ideas? After all, the card is not completely dead: it detects nets but just can not connect. Its pretty frustrating to give up being so close to the target ...