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Old 10-08-2008, 03:01 AM
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What is the most efficient operating system for a webhosting company? I am looking into purchasing or building my own - and there seems to be different types...red hat, centos, fedora...I'm curious as to which one you guys would personally recommend me, why, and which one you guys prefer yourselves.

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Old 10-16-2008, 12:21 PM
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I use and Debian only, as a matter of fact i use debian testing in my testing server enviroment, Debian current stable for my live server, and debian unstable for one of my desktops.

I have never had a security issue with Debian and i have been on it for 5 years. I have tried others Cent, Slax, RedHat, SuSe, Mandrake > Mandrivia, i did not like any of the others (Obvious) and stuck with Debian.

I even use Debian as a dataserver for several people using MS Access to use the database, NFS Here where i am at and at several locations. I have even put a Doctor on a linux enviroment with some medical software solutions. All of this stuff is protected by Vyatta Router software on a old P4 computer.
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Old 05-03-2009, 08:06 PM
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Well, my friend who is working as Technical support, and also have his own webhosting, uses Suse Enterprise as operating system.
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Old 08-14-2009, 01:47 PM
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RedHat Linux is the best. Although I have never tried CentOS but I donít feel the need of changing to any other OS since I find RedHat to be very user friendly, fast and reliable. SO far no critical problems so no need to change OS.
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It all depends on the things you are planning to do with the computer imo.
If you are someone who wants to get anything to work without doing much/anything you should choose Windows, as most applications are (only) compatible with Windows-systems.

If you are someone who loves to experience you should choose Linux, it's fully/almost completely editable as it is open-source. And it is very fast, even if you haven't got the biggest RAM memory.

And last but not least, if you are a creative person, you should choose Macintosh as it supports many creative applications and provides the best support for such apps.
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You should also look into your budget if your budget is enough then you can get window otherwise linux hosting best option.
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Ubuntu ftw.. but i currently use linux mint 12 (lisa). Yet there's new from fedora and ubuntu its called Fuduntu but I have never tried it xD
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