I have purchased a hardware (server) which is ubuntu certified but this server is going to be working in a production environment like services of NFS and samba server and many guests running on this before installing the ubuntu i have a following doubts:
1. which version to be installed for the production environment is it 10.04 LTS or 10.10 latest
2. If install 10.04 LTS should i pay for it.
For production system I would pick the LTS version. Personally I'm using Fedora, but for production I'm using long term support distributions like CentOS.
Going with Fedora or Ubuntu(non LTS) makes You
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