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What linux distro is best for botting, and is there any updated guides?

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I recently bought a Linux dedicated server that has CentOS 7, but I would like to know what linux distro would be the most efficient for botting. Another thing I would like to know if there is any updated step by step guides on how to set up the linux server since I dont have any experience on setting them up

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I recently bought a Linux dedicated server that has CentOS 7, but I would like to know what linux distro would be the most efficient for botting. Another thing I would like to know if there is any updated step by step guides on how to set up the linux server since I dont have any experience on setting them up

CentOS 6.5 or Debian 6

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I recently bought a Linux dedicated server that has CentOS 7, but I would like to know what linux distro would be the most efficient for botting. Another thing I would like to know if there is any updated step by step guides on how to set up the linux server since I dont have any experience on setting them up

It really doesn't matter that much, Centos 7 should be fine.

 

There are different types of desktop enviroments for them, you'll need one as well.

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I recently bought a Linux dedicated server that has CentOS 7, but I would like to know what linux distro would be the most efficient for botting. Another thing I would like to know if there is any updated step by step guides on how to set up the linux server since I dont have any experience on setting them up

 

It depends really though I mean each one takes more or less space than the other if you only have lets say 1GB RAM and SUSU 21.1 takes up about 234MB of that so it depends if you want one that takes up less space go with a Debian or Ubuntu.

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