Thank you so much for replying, Ric :) <br />
Could I know more about the now closed "Hunter" site you were talking about? (A URL would be nice) <br />
About the time difference, I'm 12 hours ahead of Olajide and 7 hours ahead of you. I'm sure we'll be able to find a suitable time to meet up.
<br /><br /> I mentioned the ApacheLounge binaries as on that site, they claim that their binaries are compiled with VC9 and the ones from Apache.org are compiled with VC6. I have no way to test this without Windows, but I guess that means the binaries are also linked to the latest VC runtime library, which is probably why it has improved performance. Well, I guess that's all I have to say about the binaries. I just wanted to find out what you thought about the improved performance claim, if you don't think that's necessary, I'll respect your decision. <br /><br /> Finally, Linux. Which distributions did you use? Did you install the distributions on your hard disk or did you use a LiveCD? I don't have any experience with wireless routers, however, as far as I know, when that's not working, [[wikipedia:NdisWrapper|NDISwrapper]], a driver wrapper, is usually mentioned. There is a [http://ndiswrapper.sourceforge.net/joomla/index.php?/component/option,com_openwiki/Itemid,33/id,list/ list of supported cards] on their site. I'm not sure if that's a suitable solution to your problem as I don't know if your network card is not detected by the distributions you tried or if it is incompatible with Linux (not natively supported).