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d-link dwl-120d on linux?

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recently installed suse linux 10.0, and was dismayed to see that dwl-120d (card ive been using w/ windows) doesnt have linux drivers...

did a bit of searching, and i found a few things that supposedly should have worked, but i havent had any luck.

anyone have a clue?

ninja edit:

suse 10.0 linux (semi-migrated from winxp)
p4 2.6 ghz cpu
geforce 6800gt 256mb agp
2048 mb ram
intel d865gbf mainboard (QQ)
linux partition: 20gb + 128mb swap

tried to decipher the following for help so far:

if its absolutely impossible for this to work, is there any recommended wlan card out there? (yeah, wireless... preferably. dont hurt me)

Edited by chopstick2000, 19 March 2006 - 10:47 PM.

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