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I've been having no end of trouble getting SuSE 9.1 and now 9.2 to play nicely with my Broadcom network card. I thought I'd check SuSE's web site to see what network cards I could be certain will work. I was surprised to find a list comprised of a single brand, SysKonnect. (I used the search tool SuSE provides here:
If your card works in the current kernel, and it isn't deprecated in new and upcoming kernels, you should be fine with what you have right now
Suse's HCL is just the stuff they've tested in a lab, which probably consists of free hardware donated by that manufacturer in the hopes that you buy there junk soley on their websites recommendation. (A tip learned from M$)
Last edited by musicman_ace; 11-29-2004 at 01:35 AM.