Buffalo USB Wifi and SuSE Linux
Date: Tue, 05 Jul 2005 21:25:17 GMT
I have searched Google to get some guidance on how I might configure my
Toshiba Equium A60-692 laptop with SuSE 9.3 working with my Buffalo wifi
USB stick model WLI-U2-KG54-AI
It is the only thing holding me back from migrating from XP to Linux
(previous problems have been resolved by buying CrossOver to run
Its bene a while since I've buggered under the bonnet on a SuSE Linux
system so all help would be greatly appreciated... If its a monster
task, can someone suggest a readily available USB based wifi stick that
I can use? I am not keen on using a PCMCIA card as my experience has
been that a USB wifi stick with extension lead offers better performance.
Thanks in advance for the help... please reply via the newsgroup so all
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