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Quyen Arana <[log in to unmask]>
Tue, 10 Aug 2004 11:20:42 -0500
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Let's move this thread to the LUG. I posted an answer there.


On Aug 10, 2004, at 9:24 AM, Jerrod Howard wrote:

> OK, I don't mean to open a flame war or anything, but I am building up
> a
> machine to do beta testing on our calendar and some other graphical
> analysis
> programs on (STL viewers and converters, PLY builders, etc). Right
> now, we
> run Debian 3.0 on our calendar, but it is *very* sparse (mini-OS and
> Apache
> to house our calendar).
> I was wondering what OS you would recommend (which Linux version) that
> is
> the most stable, while allowing for a good GUI engine to manage the
> graphics
> aps? I know SuSE, Mandrake (which I know pretty well), and RedHat, and
> I
> will probably try them both out (since while I'm testing I can blow
> out the
> machine at will), but are there some others you have experience with
> that
> you know to be pretty easy to install and run very stable? It will
> house the
> OS, apache (or some web server), FTP server, and some graphics apps.
> Thanks
> Jerrod Howard
> Core Imaging Facility
J Quyen Arana
Information Technology Director
Oklahoma Science Project
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