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    Login as root and try the below steps:
    Open a terminal > hwinfo -wlan (remember, without this particular HW -wlan doesn't work)
    Now observe the chipset no from the output and it shows like 'bcm43xx' or whatever it will for ur case, for eg.
    Now the driver will install & reboot OpenSuSE
    Hope it will work for u also, as I got the solution for my own and it worked for me.
    For step by step procedure, please look here:

    If the above will solve ur probs, please disclose more details about ur IT related problems in future.

    Answered by rechil_colin
    3 years ago
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