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Debian vs. FreeBSD as a Web Serving Platform, Part 1

Debian vs. FreeBSD as a Web Serving Platform, Part 1

Posted May 17, 2005 16:29 UTC (Tue) by yanzg (guest, #29995)
In reply to: Debian vs. FreeBSD as a Web Serving Platform, Part 1 by tzafrir
Parent article: Debian vs. FreeBSD as a Web Serving Platform, Part 1

I use debian as my server and workstation. I think that stable is enough for a mini-server and Debian testing is really very stable compared with many other distributions including fedora core. So Debian testing can be used as server if needed, though I only use Debian testing as desktop. The unstable distribution of debian is not a bleeding edge, however, the unmatched packages may cause trouble if you rely on it.


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