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.
MySQL is a relational database server with a great reputation for being fast, efficient, safe, stable, easy to use, multiplatform (GNU/Linux, * BSD, Windows,…) and well documented. The current MySQL development process is under Oracle's umbrella but the community version is released as free software and you can use under GPL terms.
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.
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
Proceed as follows to enable gzip compression