No wireless connection, Ubuntu
Have pity on a newbie and avoid too technical terms please!
I installed SUSE10 from disk some weeks ago and never got on with it at all so I would now like to try Ubuntu for which I have a live CD. The problem is it does not recognise my wireless connection at all (neither did SUSE). I want to try again as I want to get off MS if possible and am quite prepared to install Ubuntu to hard-drive (that's another problem because I don't know how to get rid of the previously installed SUSE and partition).
I have a Compaq Presario 3000 laptop about 2 years old which came fitted with wireless and which has worked perfectly through MS for the last 6 months, but neither Linux OS recognises it's presence - what should I do?
I don't want to give up with Linux!