Okay, for starters, notice those lil
faces? You can avoid that by wrapping the output you cut-and-pasted with [code]
Second, your output looks right for wlan0
. So you need to use "NetworkManger
" (or Knetwork manager if you're using KDE) to configure your WiFi card to connect to a Wireless access point (which I'm assuming you have a WAP somewhere, and you know the ESSID & whatever passphrase you need to connect, right?).
Third, have you ever successfully used this WiFi card to connect to the WAP in question? The reason I ask is because some WiFi cards do not support certain encryption implementations. This has been a source of many a frustration for me in the past, especially with cheap WiFi cards.
Fourth; I'm sure you've visted the openSUSE WireLess Forum, and saw the three sticky posts at the top of the forum, right?
(Contains information you need to know on how to correctly post to a wireless forum)
Getting Your Wireless to Work
My wireless doesn't work - a primer on what I should do next