Re: Bug#353277: ndiswrapper in main
> The difference is that antiword is a tool for the user. The user will
> have doc files to use with antiword, e.g. send by mail. The antiword
> program on its own provides the user with the ability to view his/her
> word files. It does not depend on the existance of such a file on the
> system to provide that service.
And what's exactly the difference to:
The user will have drivers to run his hardware with, provided by the
vendor. ndiswrapper on its own provides the user with the ability to
use his/her drivers (and therefore, hardware).