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So it's because Ubuntu server isn't minimal and isn't outdated?

Maybe it isn't minimal, but the 10.04 LTS server install looked pretty pared down to me. I even had to install Apache, MySQL and PHP myself! It seemed pretty comparable to a "minimal" Red Hat install, though that has a nasty tendency to pull in the whole X window system the next time you update it.

I'm not too concerned about Canonical's tweaks; for what I'm doing I found little evidence of any tweaks that didn't come from Debian anyway.
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So it's because Ubuntu server isn't minimal and isn't outdated?

Maybe it isn't minimal, but the 10.04 LTS server install looked pretty pared down to me. I even had to install Apache, MySQL and PHP myself! It seemed pretty comparable to a "minimal" Red Hat install, though that has a nasty tendency to pull in the whole X window system the next time you update it.

I'm not too concerned about Canonical's tweaks; for what I'm doing I found little evidence of any tweaks that didn't come from Debian anyway.
i agree. ubuntu server is a whole differently animal than ubuntu desktop

i've recently setup a few servers over ssh, one had slackware, one had debian and the other had ubuntu...the slackware was more or less "complete" and the ubuntu/debian one were identical in their setups, the same scripts worked on both to make the process faster...if it wasn't for the user names being different, i wouldn't have known that i wasn't in debian when i was setting up the ubuntu.
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