Are you using Suse on both machines? If not, what OS on the other machine, and which direction are you trying to go?
Common is to have second machine have a WinOS (95,98,ME), in which case you access shares with a line like:
mount -t smbfs //Win95Machine/theShare /dev/mountpoint
It's a shade harder with NT or win2K, and who knows about XP...
To share your linux stuff to others, typically you will use something like Samba.