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Which is the better distribution as overall performance :- 1) Red Hat 2)Debian 3)Red Flag Thanx...
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    Which Distribution is better



    Which is the better distribution as overall performance :-
    1) Red Hat
    2)Debian
    3)Red Flag

    Thanx

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    This is personal preference, and has been asked many many times.

    http://www.linuxforums.org/forum/topic-19023.html
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    in networks debian is surely better.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by stathisx
    in networks debian is surely better.....
    Any facts to back this up? Why would debian be better than any other distro for networking?

    No offense intended Just Curious

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    This is an opinion thread. Let's just drop it.
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    It sure doesnt give a lot of option I like Debian more (on the 3 choices you've put up) as for security, red hat is probly the number 1 (again on these 3)
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    Quote Originally Posted by techieMoe
    This is an opinion thread. Let's just drop it.
    good call techieMoe.

    it's not just an opinion thread, but one that's been called many times.
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    Umm... None of the above?
    Redhat itself is outdated, I prefer Gentoo or Slackware over Debian, and I've never heard of Red Flag.
    Again, most of the time, this is personal preference.
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    this topic has been discuees enought times the search function must feel bullied.... ( thread locked )
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