In general, you may not have a reason to ever think about the file system your server is using. Most Linux distributions will automatically format your drive to its default file system unless you use an advanced install method. For many years, Ext3 has been the standard for most Linux distributions. Now, some are switching […]
One interesting feature of Linux is the freedom to create your own variation, usually called a distribution. Because of this, there are probably hundreds of Linux distributions, each with their own feature set, default packages, and general focus.
No particular distribution is considered clearly better than the others, although many Linux users will debate this […]