Oh this is going to be a dandy tutorial! With so many out there fighting to get wireless to work, this kind of help is always nice to see. Enter the Kubuntu Linux wireless tutorial for all!
You have finally bitten the bullet. Kubuntu Linux is installed on that computer of yours. Unfortunatly, you can’t use it to surf the web. It’s wireless care isn’t natively supported by Linux. Not to worry, this guide will teach you the basics.
Once you’ve installed Kubuntu on that shiny new laptop of yours, you’ll want to be able to connect to your wireless network.
First of all, download the appropriate drivers for your wireless card. There is a driver list here. You may want to burn these to a CD so you can get to them while in Linux.
Next, you need to install ndiswrapper. This program allows you to use your wireless drivers from Windows in your Linux install. Source: Diabolikal