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Old 25th April 2007, 09:52
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What lamp install is the most stable and reliable here in the HOWTOs. Please only people that use there box for running a production server. I am planing on running a php dating script on this server I am building. I guess it would be an application. I had it installed once before, but the mail did not work correctly. I'm new to a lot of the concepts, but I am learning. I just have to know how things work. So I can figure out what is causing the trouble, but it is slow going in the understanding dept. Thank you for the many people that add to making this site a great one. Cruz
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Old 25th April 2007, 12:10
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All the perfect setup guides are stable and can be used in a production enviroment. Which one you use is mostly a personal preference.

My personal favorite is Debian.
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What is the diff with debian? It seems when I am setting the mail up in centos 5, I am getting errors when entering the phrase. I know I am entering it correct BOTH times. Then I will re-enter the command in the shell and re-enter the same phrase and it will works fine. Is there a way to set up two servers for redundancy. If so, how can it be done? thnx
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The difference with debian is that it uses the apt package system which allows very easy distribution upgrades and software installation and updates.
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Dose not yum do the same or dose it work another way?
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From my experience, yum is not as reliable as apt and much slower.
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