[Freeswitch-users] Debian or Ubuntu

Richard Mace richard.mace at gmail.com
Thu Jul 25 09:28:50 MSD 2013

On 24 July 2013 18:25, Anthony Minessale <anthony.minessale at gmail.com>wrote:

> Debian is more logical if you are talking about building a platform
> because you already have to deal with very fluid FS code.  If you also have
> a bleeding OS you will further complicate your world.  I think ubuntu
> serves a good purpose to allow pre testing of what's coming down the pipe
> in a similar way to running the master branch of any one software.  Just
> with ubuntu in many cases you are running the master branch of everything
> including the compiler and the libc and all the libs.  I know there is a
> more hardened version of ubuntu that is more suitable for production but it
> really seems like its a more logical choice for a desktop OS.
> Debian seems to do a good job of saying current.  I personally use one of
> everything since I have to make sure it works everywhere =D
:) Thanks Anthony.
Yes, I've decided to focus on Debian for my servers now. I started off with
Debian years ago, but switched to Ubuntu for my laptop.
I'll work with Karl to see if I can get the build script working on Debian

Thanks for everyone's input.

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