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it's been almost 6 months I've been using my SuSE with the Trendnet Wireless NIC in my home network i had no problems in my computer recognizing the hardware with ...
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    Wireless NIC driver exchange between distros! Possible?


    it's been almost 6 months I've been using my SuSE with the Trendnet Wireless NIC in my home network i had no problems in my computer recognizing the hardware with SuSE but couple days ago I wanted to change my distro to Debian but unfortunately it couldn't recognize the NIC. I've checked the vendors site and mostly they have Linux drivers but not for my specific hardware.

    For mine i have only the Win Drivers but there is a reality that my SuSE was recognizing it so the question is:

    As a newbie, is there any way for me to get this information from SuSE and compile it for Debian or any other distro?

    Thanks a lot!

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    Might check this to see if you can find any info on your card. It's where I found help to get my wireless card up and running. And just as a note, your sig has to be in english
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