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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by George5, Jun 24, 2005.

  1. George5

    George5 Active Member

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    Hi
    I would like to know if cPanel works good on fedora core 3.
    I heard it's better on FC2 or even FC1

    I have a megaraid2 controller and I don't have any driver for FC2 or previous version.

    What do you suggest me to install on my server ?
    Thanks a lot
    George5
     
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    RHE 9
    CentOS 3.5
    FreeBDS 5.x
    FC2 or FC3, it doesn't really matter (in my opinion)

    Any of above is just fine.
     
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    Although you really should not be using RH9 FC1 or FC2 as they are all EOL. Fedora as a whole is only meant to be a developers OS and shouldn't be used in a production environment according to the Fedora developers themselves.

    I'd suggest either RedHat Enterprise, CentOS or FreeBSD.
     
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    Personally i would suggest exactly what Jonathan did.

    I have had no problem's with RHEL 3.x / 4.x (CentOS is the 99.99% the same as RHEL)
    However i've not used FreeBSD yet , But i've only heard great thing's about it.
     
  5. George5

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    centOS

    Wich one???


    George5
     
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    Either use centos 3.5 or use centos 4

    You need to check for driver compatiability for the raid card and if the raid card will work alright with the 2.6 kernel then use centos v4
     
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    centOS

    So, I put centOS 3.5; basic, only first disk; did not ask me for the second; it is ok?

    George5
     
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    Thats fine

    A centos min install will only require the first disk
     
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    Ufffff!

    Tnks, Dave
     
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