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Hey guys and gals, just a quick question that I am sure you have covered numerous times. I am extremely comfortable with Ubuntu and Fedora but am looking for some ...
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    Hey guys and gals, just a quick question that I am sure you have covered numerous times. I am extremely comfortable with Ubuntu and Fedora but am looking for some expert guidance. I am looking to create a development server not unlike an ISP that will allow for multiple domains, including emails, disk quota, etc. I am wondering what distribution is used?

    If you can provide some guidance it would be greatly appreciated.

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    Most data centers will use Red Hat (or CentOS / Scientific)

    Any distro will handle your requirement so the choice becomes one of something you are comfortable with against matching your live environment. Personally I would go for the second one of those as it will give less surprises further down the line
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