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Fary4u
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Hi guys

Which is the best operating system now a day to easy handle / configer / install / maintain FOR ISP. forget the licence cost

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Linux / Unix / Free BSD / Windows / Sun / Fedora ?

thx in advance
Mar 3 '08 #1
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drhowarddrfine
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Your list of top 3 is the top 3 server OSes in the world. I would go with FreeBSD because, as its slogan says, it's "The Power to Serve". It's also the only thing I use. I'm sure Linux is fine.

In any case, what's easy to you may be difficult for others. I avoid Microsoft stuff because it changes just when you get used to things and, whenever you want to do something different, you have to buy some new tool or add-on. But then that's my experience.
Mar 3 '08 #2

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