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    Network Manager

    Hi, im new to SUSe jus installed it today 10.2, not linux, was using mandriva previously, i used madwifi rpm to install my wireless card and it basically did it by it self, but i seem to be having trouble with this on SUSE, i ahve d-link dwl g520 atheros AR5213 i think, i dont think ie ver got the Ndiswrapped working with it for mandriva, so im looking for the madwifi way, i tried to install madwifi- and it said the "following packages could not be installed on medium: madwifi" ........ so i tried madwifi- i blieve that installed correctly, now after that i dunno what to do, i tried some stuff fooling around in the command line, i followed this didnt seem to work, dont have the smart command............ but yeah so this is long enuf already, so can some help me to see if i installed correctly and how to set up the network manager? plse and thank you

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    oor even just have a link that tells me how to configure the network manager, or to get my internet up and running

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    Linux Engineer rong's Avatar
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    Feb 2005
    To get to the NetworkManager:
    YAST > Network Devices > Network Card. There you can enable the NetworkManager and configure any network cards found.
    registered Linux user #388382

    Have you checked here first?

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    okay i think ive just done that, i go throw netword card and set it up, but how can i see the list of networks that my wireless card picks up?, i know theres 5 or 6, i piked them up iwth windows and mandriva before

  6. #5
    nvm, i was jus being a dumbass a simple restart got it working

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