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Well, this can be turned into another flame-war, coz' I'm yet to see Slack OR Debian OR mentioned XYZ distros as the servers at a serious enterprise level.
Nothing beats RHEL and to some extent CentOS in this category, no matter how much the fanboys keep trying prove their point.Period.
*(Or may be I'm a dumba**s not to see the Slack impact at some enterprise level, if not then I stick to my words )
Last edited by PrinceCruise; 01-14-2011 at 02:29 PM.