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In light of this board's rule stating "no BSD vs. Linux vs. Windows or similar threads," is the following post legal (can I post it)?

Hi. I'm thinking about obtaining a web server for business purposes and I want to learn to administer and maintain the server myself. I need to be able to use perl and cgi in an environment with ssl/tls security for my own and my clients websites. I need room to experiment with such protocols as tcp/ip and http, and of course ssl. Im looking for recommendations as to what kind of server operating system to use in light of these needsIm thinking of running Apache as my web server and unix/lenix as my operating system but theres such a whirlwind of OS versions out there, I don't know where to start. Any advice will be appreciated.
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You don't need to ask this question.

All you need to do is search the forums and you will have hundreds of posts to read, and then you can decide.

In other words, why worry about violating Rule 8 when you completely avoid Rule 5?

(5) Search the forums database with your keywords before asking.
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