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  • Arch

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  • Debian

    1 25.00%
  • Fedora

    0 0%
  • Gentoo

    0 0%
  • Slackware

    0 0%
  • Mandriva / Mageia

    0 0%
  • OpenSUSE

    0 0%
  • RedHat / CentOS / Scientific

    2 50.00%
  • Ubuntu

    1 25.00%
  • Other ( please specify )

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  1. #1
    Administrator jayd512's Avatar
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    Which distro would you most recommend for being used as a server?

    Which distribution would you most recommend to others for being used as a server?

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    Linux Engineer docbop's Avatar
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    Used to Admin Solaris and RedHat in recent years jobs have been moving to Debian.

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    I went with Ubuntu but mostly I'm agnostic for the most part. I'm a programmer and have worked with many Unices over the years. I like Linux and Ubuntu seems stable easy enough to work with.

    I didn't see AIX there - not that would've picked it - I don't suppose it's really a Linux distro. It's never been clear to me just what AIX's relationship to Linux is but a number of years back when I was working a lot on AIX IBM began to talk about Linux AIX. I thought they may have gone to the Linux kernel but all I can find on it now is what they call "Linux affinity". 10 years ago Solaris, AIX at al had some advantages over Linux and FreeBSD but I don't see that anymore.

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