Linksys WUSB11 on SUSE Linux
I just recently installed SUSE Linux and I am having trouble setting up my wireless card. When I first installed SUSE Linux, it detected my wireless card (WUSB11 version 2.6 from Linksys). I set up the card and supplied my WEP key but when it tried to test its connection to the internet, it failed.
I tried reinstalling SUSE Linux without plugging the wireless card in and instead using ndiswrapper. I downloaded ndiswrapper 1.11 and followed the instructions. Everything worked as the instructions said it would until the part where I needed to type "iwconfig." It printed out 3 things, lo, sit0, eth0 (which I assume stands for ethernet which is weird since I don't have any ethernet ports on my computer.), and next to all three of them it said, "no wireless extensions."
I installed the driver for my card from its cd (NETUSB.INF).
When I type "ndiswrapper -l," it prints out the driver and says next to it, "driver installed, hardware present."
I cannot get to any internet pages or perform any upgrades which is how I know that my wireless card isn't functioning properly. Does anyone know how to fix this?