Re: Why did you chose Debian over CentOS?
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Raleigh Guevarra wrote:
> Why did you chose Debian over CentOS to host dozens of websites?
Apt over RPM -- works more reliably.
I like Debian's (almost always) putting configs in /etc -- easier to
find and keep backed up.
The array of distro sets (stable, testing, etc.) gives a choice of
reliable to bleeding edge. Different features are appropriate for
different jobs, and Debian provides more than a "one size fits all". In
I never considered CentOS because it didn't exist at the time. I moved
from RedHat through Gentoo to Debian. They're well done distros, but
I've rarely missed them.
I guess all this boils down to my experience that Debian's more
reliable, and it's more rational and easier to administer and troubleshoot.
> Both technical and logical inputs or explanation is greatly appreciated.
How about emotional? I like Debian's attitude :-)
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