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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%
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Old Unix and Linux 01-26-2007   -   Original Discussion by DCrystal
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Unix or Linux Question What do you use on your linux servers?

What do you use on your linux servers?
What distributions?
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Old Unix and Linux 01-26-2007   -   Original Discussion by DCrystal
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I've voted for Red Hat, but it's not "aka Fedora Core", those are two different projects. I'm sure that Debian will win though.
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Old Unix and Linux 01-26-2007   -   Original Discussion by DCrystal
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I voted for Gentoo, but keep in mind that our requirements are unusual. We're building in-house software, and Gentoo is the platform for developers.
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Old Unix and Linux 01-26-2007   -   Original Discussion by DCrystal
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I use Ubuntu on my home server.
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I've voted for Red Hat, but it's not "aka Fedora Core"
you are right. Just didn't want to write Red Hat and fedora as two different paragraphs
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those are two different projects
so, they have the same developers, as I understand Linux
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We're building in-house software
hm...and what does it mean?
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Old Unix and Linux 01-26-2007   -   Original Discussion by DCrystal
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p.s. And if you write Red Hat ,for example, please write why you choosed it?
what advantages to other distributions does it have?
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May I inquire why you felt that a second Linux distro poll was needed?

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so, they have the same developers, as I understand Linux
It is possible for developers to develop 2 very different pieces of software. Linux
In this case there is some relation... FC is more like an experimental unsupported pre-alpha release of RH.
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