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hello, i'm in serious doubts which distro i should use this time.. First off it should be able to work with rpm (yeah i'm lazy ) i searched some site ...
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    good distro 4 lamp etc?


    hello,

    i'm in serious doubts which distro i should use this time..
    First off it should be able to work with rpm (yeah i'm lazy )
    i searched some site but they don't all specify a packages list
    now i was wondering, do all mayor distro's have things like
    apache, mysql, php, a good ftp-server, mail (i guess sendmail
    always, but i'm considering postfix) and samba?
    btw i like "easy" distro's.. so i guess gentoo
    is not suited for me atm. I hope i don't start an endless
    distro-discussion with this
    is suse any good? i saw their yast tool has some servercfg in it too?

    so which should do the trick?

    greetz

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    Sounds like a regular Fedora to me.

    Personal note: Suse if ok for starters.

    But my judgement is colored. I only use slack and RH/Fedora.

    Start with Suse, work with it for a couple of months, and if you don't like it switch to Fedora Core 1 or 2...
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