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could i go to prism54.org or http://prism54.org/firmware/ and download and install it and get it to work because thats what the ndsiwraper site said to do....
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    could i go to prism54.org or http://prism54.org/firmware/ and download and install it and get it to work because thats what the ndsiwraper site said to do.

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    So your card didn't show up in YaST's Network Card module, then?
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    well it said other so I tried to configure it and still didn't get it to work? I had the prismGT firmware installed, so i dunno what to do now.

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    Did it say anything in the box below Other? That is where you would have to click to configure a detected card; you would click on the card in question and then click on Change. There is always "Other" at the top of the screen.
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    I don't know i am away from my suse machine right now when i get back from work later tonight i will see, thanks for the help

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    ok it doesn't detect it so i dunno what to do, i might try to play with ndiswrapper some more.

    Any more suggestions

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    ndiswrapper or linuxant would be your best bets at this point (linuxant is a for-pay product, though).
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    Linuxant does have a 30 day free trial. It would be work it to see if it gets you up and running.

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