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I am looking to get a wireless adapter solution for Linux Open Suse. Can someone recommend a solution brand?

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At this point nearly every wireless adapter is supported. But there's also this:

http://en.opensuse.org/HCL:Network_(Wireless)
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I assume the usb type wireless adapter is also compatible?
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Anymore, I'm sure it is. It's been a long time since I've seen any flavor of Linux not support every wireless adapter. They are all required to be designed in a certain way that they be compatibly on every platform. Back when I got started 17 years ago we built our own drivers.

What USB adapter do you have and I can investigate that for you?
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