Muwahahahah... usb wireless device. Your are insane
Um, try installing ndiswrapper. Suse comes with it.
Put all the drivers and stuff for windows in a folder in your home folder..
ndiswrapper -i (path to driver)yourdriver.inf
Then... ndiswrapper -l
That's an L
If it pops up and says (yourcard)... "Present"
It means the driver will work, if not, ignore the rest of this...
Proviced you have a driver that says its working, or the power light came up and stuff when you loaded that. Go into yast, network devices. Delete eth0 or whatever your landline connection is. Then, make a new configuration, for device "Other" meaning you'll do it manually. Where it says "Driver" or "Driver Module" type ndiswrapper. And it'll auto-load the wireless card upon boot as long as you remember to plug the thing in! Then click through all the menu's and set up the ESSID and security key and anything else you need.