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Server : Debian or ClarkConnect ? - 28-August-2009, 02:46

Today I use Debian (old) and will upgrade using cc_share's guide
But I have even read Kapzas ClarkConnect guide

Whats the diference ?

What makes the other one better ?

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Nobody knows ?

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30-August-2009, 15:24

Please .. Its a big step to upgrade a server and it would be a help to know a little bit moore before I go for a new version.

Please chat with me

or just give me your point of view


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30-August-2009, 15:32

i've used both.
for me debian is the better choice.

but another one will tell you that clarkconnect is better.

it's like asking for the best car.


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30-August-2009, 17:36

Thanx for your answer

But if you tried them both there must have been some difference ?

Som features on one of them, you dont get on the other ?

I'm interested of knowing what "car" you did like most


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30-August-2009, 18:03

i've changed to debian, because i wanted to use newer cccam versions and with clarkconnect i found no possibility to do that. with the new clarkconnect this should be no problem any more.

on clarkconnect my cccam stopped working very often. i never got an uptime more then 4 days. and a friend of me has the same problem with clarkconnect.
with debian it runs without any restart.


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30-August-2009, 18:13

try using both in a virtuel machine and see the differences.

I use debian in a virtualbox without any problem and are very happy
   
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30-August-2009, 20:25

I'm using CC and Centos
I say tryit there are realy good tutorials here.
CC is easy to use and is secure....
   
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31-August-2009, 01:04

im just in love with Clarkconnect very very stable and more secure that's all i can say.
   
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