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Old 26th October 2012, 17:11
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Default Newbie question. Which distro best to use


Interested in getting started and trying to figure out which distro would allow me to use all features like the multiserver. I see various distro installs for ISPconfig on separate servers, but it seems like the multiserver articles refer only to Debian. I have only used Centos before but if something is better to ensure success with ISPconfig I would appreciate some input before I get going. I like the concept of a centralized multisever setup and since I use xenserver this would be a good fit.

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Old 27th October 2012, 11:39
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Use Debian or Ubuntu (while Debian is more stable than Ubuntu) because these are the distros that we use to develop ISPConfig.
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