[Red5] The Great Red5 Server Shootout
mondain at gmail.com
Mon Sep 10 09:47:16 PDT 2007
I run it on Ubuntu in standalone mode, but I develop in WinXP 64.
On 9/10/07, Jason Powell <jason at thepowells.ca> wrote:
> It basically depends on how well you know Linux.
> My preferred distro has (yet again) swayed back to Slackware. It's
> small, it's robust and the 1 ISO you need to install contains everything
> you need and then some (In 2007, it's strange to actually be
> de-selecting packages from the first installer ISO of a Linux distro,
> then not have to download anything else).
> We use CentOS on a couple servers at work, it's a good little operating
> system, but what I like the best about Slack is how it stays out of my
> If you decide BSD, remember how they break down: FreeBSD is for people
> who want speed, OpenBSD is for people who want security and NetBSD is
> for people who want UNIX on their toaster.
> Donnacha wrote:
> > If you had to pick one OS for a Red5 server, which of the following
> > would it be ... and why?
> > CentOS
> > RHE
> > Debian Stable
> > Fedora Core
> > Ubuntu Server Edition
> > ... or might one of the BSDs be a better option:
> > FreeBSD
> > OpenBSD
> > NetBSD
> > Very curious to hear your answers!
> > Donnacha
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