What distro/server distro do you run for your server needs?
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@brandon OpenBSD, Debian, and Plan-9 by order of population.
@jeremiah You really are one archaic person :P (no offense intended)
@brandon none taken -- though i would argue that Plan-9 is more "forward" than the unix-based systems.
@brandon Debian, only because I find it easier to get the information I need about spinning it up. They have a good track record of backporting fixes and usually I don't need the latest version of anything on the server. Arch would only be something I'd use if the bleeding edge is needed.
use freenas for a nas sulution. my drives died tho.
@Twelve So that's FreeBSD if I'm not mistaken
@brandon indeed it is.
@brandon The concept of an arch server is a little silly to me.
@cavaliertusky me too, but regular arch sets up without a GUI so 🤷♂️
@asd why centos for web and Deb/Ubuntu for others?
@brandon wow Ubuntu won. I was really expecting Debian.
@jordan31 I'm actually not really surprised, considering the popularity of Ubuntu on the desktop too
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