Installing ubuntu over (instead of) SuSE

Obviously I'm a newbie.Partly because of a nice writeup on the web about installing SuSE 10.1 I did so.  I do like it BUT:Probably because of a Win-only wireless card in my laptop I have never been able to establish a network connection.  I have ordered a PCMCIA wireless card which hopefully will solve this problem.When I tried to print a test document from OpenOffice all I got was  a series of pages, each  with a line of gobbledigook.  Looks like a driver problem but HP site has only drivers for Win versions.I've heard so many good words about ubuntu I would like to install it instead of SuSE (I'm currently dual booting with Windows XP.)  How can I get rid of SuSE so I can replace it with Ubuntu?  I fear just installing it would result in either a three-boot or a cobbled up system that won;t do anything right.Thanks for any suggestions.

Installing ubuntu over (instead of) SuSE

First, back up the entire hard drive if you can, so that you can experiment without risk.  If I were you I would boot from a live CD, start Gparted or whatever partitioning tool is on there, and delete the SuSE partitions.  Then install Ubuntu and let it install into the newly unpartitioned space.  If Grub still shows SuSE when you reboot, you can always edit /boot/grub/menu.lst to get rid of it, but I don't think it will.

Ubuntu and windows wireless cars

you can probably use your wireless card (if it's Broadcom) I am on an HP zd7000 lappy with an internal broadcom card and wireless works fine. I have used NDISWrapper with Breezy: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=25683 it worked fine I now currently use the fw-cutter with Dapper: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=185174 I have had no problems gettin my broadcom card up. HTH LeeNIX