Originally Posted by Hasmarth
The Version 0.3 command is like a script that runs whenever ndiswrapper is being loaded. What it will do is automatically remove the b43, b44, b43legacy, and ssb modules (the native Broadcom Linux modules for wireless (b43* modules) and wired ethernet cards (b44) then load the ndiswrapper modules, and then reload the b44 module so that the wired card will work (if you have a Broadcom wired ethernet card).
echo -e '#Hardy ssb/ndiswrapper workaround, added' `date` '\ninstall ndiswrapper modprobe -r b43 b44 b43legacy ssb; modprobe --ignore-install ndiswrapper $CMDLINE_OPTS; modprobe ssb; modprobe b44;' | sudo tee -a /etc/modprobe.d/ndiswrapper
This is similar to the Trying It Temporarily section, but is the automated version.
As for the b43/b43legacy concern, you don't need to worry about it beause the Version 0.3 command will take care of it if they do exist.