Re: Fedora

From: Helgi Örn Helgason (
Date: 09/26/03

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    Date: Fri, 26 Sep 2003 00:56:48 +0200

    On 2003-09-26, Ian Mortimer wrote:
    > > > What options are left to the SOHO server user if not Fedora or SUSE?
    > > How about Mandrake?
    > On a server? Debian or FreeBSD are likely to be more stable.
    Perhaps, but Mandrake is probably still more common as server OS than
    both of these.


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