there is no linux driver I get that I tried using many troubleshooting via-google and this website. I used everything from manually installing ndiswrapper to wine.
so I have used gksu set-up ndiswrapper so it would be in applications then I used the Windows 64-bit drivers to install
When I check the driver is says it is present aswell as the hardware.
When I couldn't get this to work out for me I attempted manually making a wifi which of course without the USB looking for a signal did not do anything.
I attempted to install Trendnet's Wireless Configuration Utility through wine but wine just closes the moment it opens so that didn't work. Anytime I looked this up people just turn up their noses at anyone posting saying "Look for linux alternatives don't expect wine to open your windows programs" So I'm not sure why I see that so often maybe it's just linux fanboys hating on anyone using windows based programs via-linux.
anyways. If anyone can help that would be awesome I'll try to watch for replies and copy/paste and answer anyone with questions.
I am currently using my laptop to share it's net connection via-ethernet cord so I can't access the internet just haven't gotten the USB wi-fi to work yet in linux (It works on Windows)
I am using Windows 7 and unbuntu 64-bit and I made sure the driver was 64-bit windows 7. After downloading the software and drivers via-Trendnet's site the driver for Windows 7 64-bit is netrtwlanu.inf