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    I would suggest Redhat Enterprise Linux as it is widely used.

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    From what I've seen, RHEL, CentOS and Fedora are pretty much the winners in this category.

    CentOS is my choice, by default, but Fedora and RHEL are pretty good.

    When it comes down to it, it's all about what the Control Panel the host is using supports. End users don't really know that much about Linux, for the most part, so the Control Panel (whichever it is) has a pretty big say in this one.

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    If you want 'TOTAL' control over your server, I say 'Gentoo'. You can trim the OS anyway you want it, and most of all big big user forums, the plus mark.

    Try it!.

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