On 04/01/2011 07:03 PM, Aaron Gray wrote:
> Someone said not to use F14 for servers. What is the reasoning of this
> if it is true ?
> Surely with SELinux its going to be more secure than other distros ?
> Many thanks in advance,
Applications are *far* lest tested before being allowed into Fedora. In
fact, part of the reason for Fedora's creation was to be a "bleeding
edge" test bed for Red Hat's Enterprise Linux. Only things that prove
reliable, stable and secure make it into RHEL.
So the reason not to use Fedora for a server is that it is not as
reliable or stable. Not to say it's bad, mind you. It's used as a
workstation OS for many, many people. However, a random crash, hang or
other problem is usually a mere nuisance. On a server, the same can't be
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