Cogar is right, compared to other distros SUSE does a good job of installing wireless.
But now for my
. If SUSE does not install your wireless automatically, the program ndiswrapper is almost as good as having it installed automatically (obviously, nothing is as good as having it does for you, but its still pretty easy). Check out the SUSE instructions for setting it up: http://ndiswrapper.sourceforge.net/m...ributions#SuSE
. All you need is your .ini file that came on your computer's drivers disc. Just copy this file to your local HD and tell ndiswrapper to use it. It works seamlessly (well, it did for me anyway with a Boradcom wireless card).