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Wi-Fi on openSUSE

Happy sunday everybody,
I would like to know how install Wi-Fi on openSUSE ?
Thank you very much.

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Here it was easy.

I checked that my wifi card was on the list, I installed OpenSuse and wifi worked.

Did you check your wifi card was supported?
Bob

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Network Manager

Good evening, Bob,
By installing the software Network Manager, I have the wifi, but now I can't install my wifi printer.
I have openSUSE 11.2 and now I download openSUSE 11.3 to install it. Perharps it will be better.
Thank you very much,Bob.

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It works now !

My wifi printer works now : it has been enough I enter the address I.P. of the printer :
YaST > Material > Printer > Print trough the network > Assistant of connection > Comply with printer in network > Port TCP > Enter the I.P. address > O.K. > Select the driver corresponding with the printer > O.K. > The printer works.
Good night, Bob, and still thank you.

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