kbkatz1 wrote:Good info, I'm going to go with the Debian setup.
In the 'comments' for the Debian review, one guy mentions how easy it is to convert a 'stable' Debian install to a 'testing' one -- in case you want 'newer' software. Alternatively, it looks like you can install newer versions of apps on a pick-and-chose basis.
I am also interested in installing a Debian server, in place of my (now old) Fedora 10 server (which has served me very well). My challenge is that I would rather not have all the 'down time' during which I am making the switch (I have weather and webcam feeds that other people use).
Once I have a Debian server, I would appreciate the 'rolling' nature of it, so I never have to upgrade again.
There is nothing more dangerous than a bored cat.