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  • Cromulent
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    Using a Linux based server at the moment, but if and when I ever need a dedicated server to myself I'll be ditching Linux (rejoice, rejoice!) and getting OpenBSD installed on it.

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  • ac1d1dty
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    all i know is thats its linux..

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  • Quillz
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    What server OS does Site5 use?

    I believe my host uses Linux, though I'm sure of the exact flavor. If I had to guess, I'd imagine it'd be Red Hat or SuSE.

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  • lovely_vin
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    my vb is currently on Windows 2003 server

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  • l SKN l CHRIS
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    I've run my forum on Debian, CentOS, and Free BSD.

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  • Hayk
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    RedHat CentOS 4.2

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  • chitchatter
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    Wow, RedHat & Co. seem to be far ahead of the rest.

    I am a die hard FreeBSD fan.

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  • SAT2M
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    Hi
    between fedora & centos which one of them is good?

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  • InvisionTech
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    CENTOS Enterprise 5 i686

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  • Chousho
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    Originally posted by sockwater View Post
    cat /proc/version or uname -a usually works.
    That works, but also usually shows the abbreviated version.
    You could do
    cat /etc/issue
    or try
    ls /etc/ | grep release

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  • David Grove
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    Originally posted by uberjon View Post
    im not sure to be honest! probably centos knowing my host (his favorite distro) anyone got a command i can run in SSH lol
    cat /proc/version or uname -a usually works.

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  • uberjon
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    im not sure to be honest! probably centos knowing my host (his favorite distro) anyone got a command i can run in SSH lol

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  • yogesh
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    Looks like CentOS is the flavor majority loves

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  • Paul M
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    Fedora 4

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  • siutao
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    CentOS Enterprise Linux, Version 4

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