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I am using SUSE and would like to install a wireless card

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Does anyone have any suggestions?
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 Hi  it is not too hard you can follow these instructions.

http://ndiswrapper.sourceforge.net/mediawiki/index.php/Suse_Professional_9.2
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Depends entirely on make/model of the card involved.... A 3Com Office connect 3CRWE154G72 will run on the original SUSE install; others may cause more problems.
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