* at 26/01 11:21 +0000 Michael Stevens said:
> IMHO the main significance here is in the default install. You can
> fiddle around with anything if you want and make it vaguely sensible as a
> server.
> Redhat as default is not very well setup to use as a server on the internet
> (I feel). Debian I think is a lot better as shipped, as is Solaris,
> mostly on the grounds they're less prone to installing irrelevant
> crap[1].

on the other hand kickstart files aren't that tricky to write and you
can then set up the box in a sensible way (or something approaching
that) and it's very easy to set up a chunk of boxes the same. 

of course you a box to put the kcikstart stuff on (assuming network


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