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Re: Linux Distribution Recomendation
From: Michael Gale <michael () bluesuperman com>
Date: Tue, 2 Mar 2004 21:00:24 -0700

Hello,

        Depending on hardware and experience I suggest either a BSD system,
(OpenBSD or FreeBSD) or slackware. 

The company I work uses slackware linux since I got to pick which distro
we used ;). 

The only reason I did not pick OpenBSD was because I am more familiar
with slackware and more comfortable. 

It is stable, secure and easy to maintain.

Michael.


On Tue, 2 Mar 2004 08:41:26 +0200
"Kareem Mahgoub" <kareem () thewayout net> wrote:

Hello list,
I would like to have recommendation for a Linux Distribution
satisfying the following:
a- Secure enough for Buisness applications ( i.e. Mail Server)
b- Kind of Easy to manage and use.
c- Available Updates maintained by the production company.
Any help will be very much appreciated
Best Regards,
Kareem Mahgoub


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Michael Gale
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Bluesuperman.com 

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