navlem

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I've been using Fedora since i've been in this industry, I know how to use it and how it works and stuff...

Now that i want to buy a server from other provider, there is a option to use CentOS too...

Can anyone please tell me the difference between Fedora and CentOS and which is better and other stuff?
 

chirpy

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Certainly. Fedora is for use in development and research environments and should never be used in production environments, CentOS is basically a copy of RedHat Enterprise but without proprietary code and RH support. It is recommended for production environments:
http://fedora.redhat.com/about/rhel.html
 

navlem

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OK, i have 2 versions of CentOS to choose from

3.4 and 4.0...

Which is recommended?