In today’s post we are going to recommend which distro use, from the RHEL family, for office environments and which one for a business environment.
Short answer: CentOS.
Apache HTTP is a general purpose web server, designed to achieve a balance between flexibility, portability and performance. Apache HTTP has a modular architecture which allows to extend the basic functionality by selecting a set of modules: the modules are compiled as Dynamic Shared Objects (DSO) and they may be enabled/disabled using the LoadModule directive.
We can use the aptitude command to know if a package has been installed on Debian GNU/Linux or derivative. In CentOS/RHEL/Fedora you can use yum
To handle NTFS partitions in GNU/Linux you should install the package ntfs-3g
Note: From April 2011 the ntfs-3g and ntfsprogs projects joined forces so now everything is in a single suite: ntfs-3g.
Most likely your distribution may already have installed the suite ntfs-3g else you can do it by exec
$ sudo apt-get install ntfs-3g
# yum install ntfs-3g
One of the easiest and safest ways to find duplicate files on GNU / Linux files is using the tool fdupes, fdupes find duplicate files comparing the file sizes, making a check MD5 followed by a byte to byte comparison.
When you install Apache HTTP on CentOS, mod_filter is not enabled by default then if you try to use some of its directives an error like this is raised: "Invalid command 'FilterDeclare', perhaps misspelled or defined by a module not included in the server configuration", so to resolve the above error is enough to add the following line to the httpd.conf.
APC is a cache system which stores compiled PHP code, also allows to store user data allowing the web server to serve a greater number of requests per second, it's a worth noting that a wrong configuration of it can slow the response process, so it is important to adjust the cache parameters until finding the proper performance.