IT News - Linux

Linux exists in a complex open source environment, with many different distributions (distros) being developed by programmers from around the globe, and simultaneously being backed by huge companies

"Which distro should you install on your new server?" asks Anthony Heddings in Cloud Savvy IT.

"What's The Difference Between All These Distros?

When you're running Linux on a cloud server, you're likely accessing it over SSH, and not a GUI, so differences in the desktop environment don't matter much (if at all). While you can technically run any flavor of Linux on a server, it's best to choose a distro optimized for server use..."

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