You are either going to need to adapt the DRM patch needed for IEGD to your unsupported distribution, or change to a supported distribution. Fedora 10 is supported and uses a similar kernel and X-server versions (188.8.131.52 and XServer 1.5.3) as SUSE 11.
I would guess the kernel folks moved stuff around between 184.108.40.206 and 220.127.116.11 and you just need to fix IKM. It is unlikely anything major changed from .5 to .29 that affects the DRM patch other than just being moved or slightly changed- it should not be a major effort.
The 10.2 release will have a much more kernel agnostic patch process which might (eventually) make this sort of activity easier when it releases in a few weeks.