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.