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Old 15th December 2008, 07:55
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I'd also go for debian as server.
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Old 15th December 2008, 10:06
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Why has none said Fedora I am surprised ?
Edora hs always the latest software versions which may cause problems with updates. For a server it is better to have the most stable version plus patches like it is handled by debian instaed of having bleeding edge versions which are not that stable. Alos the apt software installer from debian is better in my opionion. With debian I was able to update my servers continiously for years now without a single problem while the yum installer from fedora breaks the bins installation on a ispconfig server with every bind update and you have to fix the permissions manually afterwards.
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Old 15th December 2008, 11:31
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Well i use Debain i found it wery easy when i started as a total Linux noob
The upgrade it so wery easy with apt-get/apt-get upgrade, the only thing that gives me a little gray hair is Eaccelerator that needs a recompiling after every update that includes php.
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Old 15th December 2008, 16:12
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Well i use Debain i found it wery easy when i started as a total Linux noob
The upgrade it so wery easy with apt-get/apt-get upgrade, the only thing that gives me a little gray hair is Eaccelerator that needs a recompiling after every update that includes php.
Thanks for everyones oppinion. I will use most likely the Ubuntu Server most likely Thanks. I have another question but it's a little off topic and Will start another port. THANKS EVERYONE.
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