[Techtalk] Beyond personal -> large scale Linux usage

Tabatha Persad tabatha3 at attbi.com
Sun Aug 11 13:05:08 EST 2002

I've been told that RH is often the corporate choice for Linux, but
while reading this thread recently, I remember someone else mentioning
another distro that was more stable for this type of use.  I tried to
find the message, but this thread has become HUGE!

My boyfriend informs me that Debian is considered very stable, and
though they can be a few months behind the Red Hats, Mandrakes and
Suses, that is because they usually take more time to thoroughly work
out bugs.


On Sun, 2002-08-11 at 15:34, Scott wrote:
> I was just thinking while reading the thread about breaking out of
> Windows how we are looking at Linux from the client level...how about
> large scale deployments?
> I am taking over an ISP that services several hundred clients and I am
> moving from BSDI and FreeBSD to Linux and have been spending the last
> month playing with the different distro's to see what they can handle.
> Anyone have some thoughts on Linux in this type of work load?
> -Scott
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