thanks a light flue I had today (so I staid home), i found the solution in order to make running this demoniac Fritz USB Stick...
This was a long way. I did not completely understood by here is the way I have to go:
- I loaded the "optimierter Windows-Treiber 32Bit" from http://wiki.ubuntuusers.de/FRITZ!WLAN_USB_Stick
- I depacked the tar file on an other Ubuntu laptop and sent the files via my yahoo mail
- I connected my PC via LAN and readed the files from the yahoo mail and saved them to the /opt/fwlan/ directory I created before.
For this, there are better solutuuion (install tar before..) but this is the way I was doing it.
- I modified the ..INF file of the tar file because it had a small bug (the name of one of sys/bin file in it was wrong); but this was not a major job. All files were in the directory /opt/fwlan/
- I shut down the PC
- I disconnected the WLAN USB and the Ethernet cable (shortly before I booted)
- after booting, I made in a terminal
sudo ndiswrapper -i /opt/fwlan/fwlan.inf
- I made sudo modprobe ndiswrapper
- I connected the USB WLAN
- then I had to kill an Ethernet process which was automatically started from TinyCore during boot phase -> sudo pkill..
.. you can see this pkill command and all other commands I included into the /opt/bootlocal.sh (see attachment)
"OldBoy1" is the name of my hostname
The file wpa_supplicant.conf is in the attachment, too.
So, now, I am connected with my USB WLAN. And I am happy. You imagine? An AMD K6-2 450MHz with WLAN USB.. not very very quick but quicker than my Win98 I had before on my PC.