You'll need to modify your bootloader (grub /lilo) to point to the new root/boot partition, and you'll have to modify your /etc/fstab to make sure that / is being mounted as the correct partition.
I strongly recommend you have a bootable live-CD version of linux at hand in case you end up making a mistake and cannot boot! If this happens, you can boot from the live-CD, and correct grub &/or fstab until you get it right.
If you find this too daunting, do not delete your suse partition, just reformat it and use it for your ~/Music or whatever.
Edit What's a UUID got to do with it?
Last edited by tredegar; 11-24-2006 at 01:13 PM.