Fedora Core 5?

nicsopon

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Hello

This answer for my question concerning the AMD64-opteron may be usefull for you.

Answer:

We support:

- Redhat 7.2-9.0
- Fedora 1-5
- Enterprise/CentOS 3.x/4.x (4.x is supported in 64-bit)
- FreeBSD 4,5,6
- Debian

So, if you need a 64-bit OS then CentOS 4.x or Enterprise 4.x would be required. Otherwise, you can use any of the above operating systems if you install the 32-bit version.

Mark


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existenz

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While I won't get into a detailed discussion about OS's Fedora is garbage for a server. Use Cent at least or RHES. If it were me FreeBSD, faster, more secure and far get performance out of.
 

Webcart

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existenz said:
If it were me FreeBSD, faster, more secure and far get performance out of.
Do you have some case studies or at least comprehensive OS benchmarks to support that argument? Just curious.
 
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