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I have used SUSE (9.x) and found it very easy to setup as a desktop. My choice this time was goign to be Ubuntu (6.x) but I tried Ubuntu desktop ...
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- 10-21-2008 #1
Rethink about server Linux
Any opinions as to which one is likely to be easiest to setup and use as a sever?
- 10-21-2008 #2
As a server, the latest version of SuSE may be the most useful to you if you're more familiar with it. Ubuntu has a server version available, but if you dont like Ubuntu, then there's plenty of other options for you to consider.
The other big boys here are Debian, which has a huge reputation for stability and solidness, and CentOS which is built from RedHat Enterprise Linux sources, so has huge backing. CentOS is my preference, but only because I've used it a lot and I've very familiar, your choice should be based on your needs.
There's plenty of others too - potentially any Linux distribution can be used to run your server, so take a look down the list at Distrowatch.Linux user #126863 - see http://linuxcounter.net/