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Thread: sudo apt-get install apache 2 doesn't work

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    Re: sudo apt-get install apache 2 doesn't work

    Either 16.04 or 18.04 will do.
    both are LTS (long term-supported) releases.
    16.04 will be supported until 2021.
    18.04 will be supported until 2023.
    And both also have the option for further support through Ubuntu Advantage.

    If you need some newer features then go with 18.04.
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    Re: sudo apt-get install apache 2 doesn't work

    I would do 18.04 since the newest LTS and you don't appear to upgrade frequently.

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    Re: sudo apt-get install apache 2 doesn't work

    Quote Originally Posted by gianmarcogg03 View Post
    OK, which one?
    It is an important thing to stay on supported releases. 17.04 has been dead since Dec, 2017. Any attempted patching you've tried since then has done ZERO. Nothing. Nada. There are a number of remote access root exploits for that kernel.

    For people like you and me, we need to be on supported LTS releases always and ignore the intermediate, non-LTS, releases.

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