View Poll Results: Can Ubuntu (64 Bit, Hardy Heron) be used as Server?

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Thread: Is Ubuntu (64 bit, Hardy Heron) Edition be used as Server?

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    Question Is Ubuntu (64 bit, Hardy Heron) Edition be used as Server?

    Hey Friends,

    Here is another challenging question for you all.

    Can anyone tell me that Ubuntu (64 Bit, Hardy Heron) edition of linux be used as server or not?

    Awaiting...



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    Smile Re: Is Ubuntu (64 bit, Hardy Heron) Edition be used as Server?

    I think there are chances of a server.

    Tell me whats your opinion?
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    Re: Is Ubuntu (64 bit, Hardy Heron) Edition be used as Server?

    Any Ubuntu install can act as a server, just install, setup and run the needed services. =]
    Quote Originally Posted by *snip*
    I love it when people stop trying to help me and I just uninstall ubuntu because of it . . .

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    Re: Is Ubuntu (64 bit, Hardy Heron) Edition be used as Server?

    Look at this: Ubuntu Server Edition.

    Recently, Wikipedia announced that they are migrating to using Ubuntu Server Edition for all their servers.

    So, yes ofcourse Ubuntu can be used as a server operating system.
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    Re: Is Ubuntu (64 bit, Hardy Heron) Edition be used as Server?

    32 bit web serving through hardy heron desktop is easy, you just download the Apache server packages through synaptic.


    should be the same for 64...

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    Re: Is Ubuntu (64 bit, Hardy Heron) Edition be used as Server?

    Why can't it be used as a server?

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    Re: Is Ubuntu (64 bit, Hardy Heron) Edition be used as Server?

    Yep. I use it myself.
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    CPU: i5-4210U 1.7Ghz | RAM: 16GB 1600Mhz DDR3L SODIMM | GFX: nVidia GeForce 635M
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    Smile Re: Is Ubuntu (64 bit, Hardy Heron) Edition be used as Server?

    Hardy Heron is quite good to be transferred as Server... Isint't
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    Re: Is Ubuntu (64 bit, Hardy Heron) Edition be used as Server?

    I don't understand what you are asking. There is a server edition of ubuntu you can get here: http://www.ubuntu.com/getubuntu/download, but I'm not sure that's what you are asking because what you say doesn't make sense. Could you give examples of what you mean?

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    Smile Re: Is Ubuntu (64 bit, Hardy Heron) Edition be used as Server?

    Quote Originally Posted by JohnFH View Post
    I don't understand what you are asking. There is a server edition of ubuntu you can get here: http://www.ubuntu.com/getubuntu/download, but I'm not sure that's what you are asking because what you say doesn't make sense. Could you give examples of what you mean?
    Hey dear,

    Don't panic I am just asking that

    CAN UBUNTU (LTS) BE USED AS UBUNTU (SERVER) OR NOT? That's it.

    Reply...
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