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RE: AW: Re: Selecting OS for High-availability/mission-critical web portal 2006-12-13
Gruber Christoph (christoph gruber wave-solutions com)
> -----Original Message-----
> From: "J. Simonetti" <jeroen (at) simonetti (dot) nl [email concealed]>@DSI
> Tbh, I totally disagree here. LFS is nice to get started when learning
> linux,

That's why I said, it may help you.

> but for a critical servers you need some sort of package
> management and well maintained repositor

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Re: Re: Red Hat vs Debian Linux: overall security 2006-12-13
tubbs wispdirect com
Only question is, why leave all of the packages you don't need installed after installation. Is this a Desktop installation, or a server installation?
I have vast experience with Ubuntu (debian derived) and FC1-5.

After an install on ubuntu you can simply do a:
pkg-query -W --showformat='${Install

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AW: Re: Selecting OS for High-availability/mission-critical web portal 2006-12-08
Gruber Christoph (christoph gruber wave-solutions com) (1 replies)
Hi all!

If you want to build up a web server with these requirements, you won`t be
satisfied with any distro.
I think you will need to build up your binaries on your own.
A critical server won`t have any paket manager at all.
And other reqs like a statically linked kernel build for your hardware i

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Re: AW: Re: Selecting OS for High-availability/mission-criticalweb p ortal 2006-12-13
J. Simonetti (jeroen simonetti nl) (1 replies)
Pandora FMS 1.2 released 2006-12-11
pandorainfo gmail com
Pandora FMS (Free Monitoring
System) is a monitoring application to watch systems and applications, that allows to know the status of any element of your systems, watch for your hardware, your software, your multilayer system and of course your Operating System.

Development of stable version 1.2 of

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Selecting OS for High-availability/mission-critical web portal 2006-11-29
Mohammad Halawah (mhalawah gmail com) (3 replies)
Dear all,

I am a new system administrator for a company planning to create a web portal
which provides email, IM, e-buisness, and search engine. Liferay is our
portal management tool.

I am searching for the best OS to be our platform. The required featuers are :

Attack resistance (I expect lot

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Re: Selecting OS for High-availability/mission-critical web portal 2006-12-04
Ronald MacDonald (ronald rmacd com) (2 replies)
RE: Selecting OS for High-availability/mission-critical web portal 2006-12-06
Mario A. Spinthiras (mario netway com cy) (1 replies)
Re: Selecting OS for High-availability/mission-critical web portal 2006-12-08
Corey A. Johnson (cjohnson cniweb net) (1 replies)
Re: Selecting OS for High-availability/mission-critical web portal 2006-12-12
Razvan Cosma (razvan cosma catv telemach ro)
Re: Selecting OS for High-availability/mission-critical web portal 2006-12-06
Javier Miguel Rodríguez (javier miguel talika eii us es)
RE: Selecting OS for High-availability/mission-critical web portal 2006-12-02
terry (tvernon24 comcast net) (1 replies)
Re: Selecting OS for High-availability/mission-critical web portal 2006-12-03
Vishal (vishal gnutech gmail com)
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