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8 More Linux Distributions for Web Server

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8 More Linux Distributions for Web Server: I've already shared with you a list of some of the best and most well-known Linux distributions used on web servers. However, there are still plenty of excellent server-oriented Linux distros that I failed to mention there. So I think it is important to make a follow up post and bring you another round of Linux distributions for web server.

ClearOS
Based on CentOS, ClearOS is a network and gateway server especially made for small businesses and distributed environments. It offers a comprehensive list of integrated services that are easy to configure through its intuitive and user-friendly web-based interface. ClearOS also features several essential tools and modules that include antispam, antivirus, content filtering, VPN, bandwidth manager, SSL certification, web log analyzer, etc. The distribution is available as a free download including free security updates for 18 months.

EnGarde Secure Linux




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