This is more a Suse issue than Networking, you might want to ask there (under Distros).
Sounds like you don't have the kernel sources installed. Not a Suse user, but I think if you start Yast -> Software -> pick kerne-sources package for your kernel level.
Open a console and enter "uname -r" if unsure of the kernel version.
Recent kernels (since 2.6.11) have both sk98lin and skge as options in the kernel build process - no need for modules unless you have one of the latest chipsets. If you have the .config, you could build your own kernel, but like I said, I've never used Suse so I can't say.
Edit: Guess we should check the simple things first - I presume you've already tried to modprobe it ???.
Last edited by syg00; 01-14-2006 at 05:11 PM.