I’ve spent a week trying to get SUSE internet working.
I posted more info, but no answers.
I went to a Business Expo, and found a few
tech business there. I asked each one, How can I get the internet to work in Linux?
I found that Linux only works on a very narrow list of hardware. If it doesn’t work, you can try and fix it, but most of the time, you can’t get it to work. If it doesn’t work, change hardware and it will.
Wanting to succeed, I gave it one last try. Of course, it didn’t work.
Before I totally give up, I tried one last distro (all 5 haven’t worked), Puppy Linux.
I clicked on internet connection. It asked me if I wanted to search my computer for an internet connection? I clicked OK.
It found my internet adapter no problem (SUSE can’t, not even if I look for it). Puppy found it for me. It then found all the internet connections I can receive. I clicked on mine, it asked for my password, connected no problem.
Of course, I couldn’t get the web working, but I was connected.
SUSE can’t find anything to connect with, puppy asks if it can find a way to connect. After it finds my wireless adapter, it connects to my network.
I would like to use SUSE. Why in the #%$& doesn’t a major distro like SUSE, have the ability to search my computer for a way to connect to the internet, like Puppy?