Not sure whether the F5D6001 is a supported chipset. I know the F5D7010 isn't and if the actual chip is a Broadcom chip then it probably isn't. There are two options you can go for, either ndiswrapper or linuxant. Linuxant is a commercial product that builds drivers for unsupported chipsets - you can have a look on their website and try it for free for 30 days. Ndiswrapper is a free alternative that uses the Windows drivers for your card. However, unless it is included in your SuSE distribution you need to install it manually for which you need the kernel source. From memory the SuSE personal edition doesn't include source code so you'll have to get it. All of this is going to be a bit of a struggle if you're new to linux, however, have a search in the Wireless networking forum here for your card - you'll find someone else has done it before.