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kumarnine 08-21-2012 10:25 AM

Which Linux Flavor is Best for High Performance and Graphics Application
 
hi friends,
i am here for your suggestions, once again. i need your well assessed suggestions for choosing a Linux distribution with the following details:

OS features: robust, secure, with high computational and performance requirements.
Language support: C, C++ with Qt and OpenGL.
Hardware: Intel i7 Core, Etherent/ RS232 Interfaces.
Application support: an exclusive application which is with network communication (receiving and sending data), with highly graphical presentation of the data on display.

thanks in advance for your suggestions.

TobiSGD 08-21-2012 10:52 AM

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Originally Posted by kumarnine (Post 4760125)
OS features: robust, secure, with high computational and performance requirements.

Slackware, RHEL/CentOS/SL and other derivatives, Debian, Suse. On any distribution the system will only be as secure as you are setting it up.

Quote:

Language support: C, C++ with Qt and OpenGL.
Hardware: Intel i7 Core, Etherent/ RS232 Interfaces.
Application support: an exclusive application which is with network communication (receiving and sending data), with highly graphical presentation of the data on display.
All distros (OK, almost all) will give you those points.

dugan 08-21-2012 12:42 PM

I can't think of a distribution that doesn't fit your requirements.

273 08-21-2012 12:46 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by kumarnine (Post 4760125)
Application support: an exclusive application which is with network communication (receiving and sending data), with highly graphical presentation of the data on display.

I am not sure what is meant by this, do you mean you have a specific application in mind? If so you would have to say what the application is or speak to the developers of the application.

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