Stupid ndiswrapper question - XDA Orbit / HTC Artemis
I'm currently investigating the possibility of installing some version of Linux on my Xda Orbit (otherwise known as an HTC Artemis 200, I believe).
The OpenMoko project looks promising as it seems to be Debian-based & I run that on my home systems.
However, Mobile devices are unknown to me & need to ask a stupid question...
I need to use Wifi on my phone a lot - gets round the paying for GPRS issue I have.
I have seen almost nothing about getting the wifi card on my phone to work
My XDA Orbit is running Windows Mobile 6.0 - Which is still MS Windows at the end of the day.
ndiswrapper provides support for Windows-only wifi cards.
If I can get a debian-based distro booted up on my phone, download & install ndiswrapper, would I then be able to use my wifi card using HTC's wireless driver?
Am I talking total rubbish? I'm thinking this SHOULD work, but would prefer to hear from those with more experience (and intelligence) than me on this matter?