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Suse 10.1 - Wireless Network Adaptor HELP

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:whistling: Hi guys! So, I finally did install a Linux (Suse 10.1) in a spare old machine (I need to get familiar with before turn my whole house into it) which is a Pentium 3 - 600mhz - 256MB. I have this TrendNet TEW-423PI (B1) wireless adaptor from a WinXp other machine use.

THE PROBLEM: The Trendnet installation guide and CD only bring drivers for Windows (all versions) and I couldn't find nothing on internet that matches my search, I mean, Linux driver.

What should I do? Buy another adapter? Which one? Or do you have any clue which driver I have to use?

:blink: PLEASE HELP!!! :help:

PS: my router is a Linksys 2.4GB wireless G.

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