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What do you use on your linux servers?

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View Poll Results: What DIstribution do you use on the servers?
red_hat(aka fedora core) LinuxLinuxLinuxLinux 2 50.00%
gentoo LinuxLinuxLinuxLinux 1 25.00%
u/kubuntu LinuxLinuxLinuxLinux 1 25.00%
*other LinuxLinuxLinuxLinux 0 0%
Other debian-like distrs LinuxLinuxLinuxLinux 0 0%
Other mandrake-like distrs LinuxLinuxLinuxLinux 0 0%
debian LinuxLinuxLinuxLinux 0 0%
mandrake (aka mandriva) LinuxLinuxLinuxLinux 0 0%
slackware LinuxLinuxLinuxLinux 0 0%
Voters: 4. This poll is closed

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May I inquire why you felt that a second Linux distro poll was needed?
and where was the first? Linux
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It is possible for developers to develop 2 very different pieces of software
and is RH still develop? i thought, it has "died" at all...)
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hm...and what does it mean?
It means we're writing software, not just using it.
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DCrystal, please review our rules and note rule 5 which is the only underlined rule:
(5) Search the forums database with your keywords before asking.

There is a link to our search engine on every page. Try putting in "linux distro poll" and you will find it. Other people have found it over 2000 times.

And yes, Red Hat is still developed, but you need to use precise terminology. Red Hat Linux is no longer developed. It split into two distros: Fedora Core and Red Hat Enterprise Linux (FC and RHEL).

RHEL 4 Update 4 was released on Aug 11, 2006
RHEL 5 is in Beta and the last beta release of it was Nov 20, 2006

RHEL 4 is based on FC 3
RHEL 5 is (will be) based on FC 6

Since this poll was created by someone not familiar with the other linux poll, I will close this poll.
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Search the forums database with your keywords before asking.
i tried to search Linux though i didn't find anything
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Try putting in "linux distro poll" and you will find it
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