Top 5 Free Linux Distributions for Servers in 2010
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"The ever proliferating array of Linux distros are baffling even
for the seasoned pro's. That said, the range of choice for open
source software is what's so great. We were looking for top 5 free
distributions for servers in 2010. With ceaseless options
comparisons are not too easy to draw. In case, you are planning to
build a web hosting company, Linux is always the most reliable
options for your business servers. Linux severs are widely used for
servers by most of the top IT companies. There are five
distributions to compare - Debian, CentOS, Slackware , Ubuntu and
Gentoo. One of the main consideration for server use is stability
and long term security support. After extensive research we queued
up the top 5 free Linux distros for server in 2010.
"Surely a seasoned pro with more than a decade of development.
The distribution is entirely based volunteers bound by Debian
social contract. There are leaders elected annually from and by
members of the Debian project.
"Those using the up-to-date and they age rapidly, especially
since the new stable releases are only published. The users who
prefer the latest packages and technologies are forced to use the
potentially buggy Debian testing and unstable branches."
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