Thank you Mr.Gold!
Finally someone decided to share something a little more "elaborate". Probably some people won't like that you share the secrets behind the "fine-tune" as your list promises. "Waiting for the next chapters 🤓".
We'll cover more in the next parts of this series.
STABILITY/UPTIME - Linux is more reliable. Windows becomes slow over time, it needs to be rebooted more often than Linux.
DRIVERS - Windows drivers are mediocre. Your NIC (Network Interface) will even be taken down if some weird thing happens that it doesn't like.
RESOURCES - how resources can be used and modified through the kernel is at a high level.
SECURITY - it can be much safer.
FIREWALL/NETWORKING - you can block unwanted traffic, allow desired traffic, redirect packets to alternate TCP/UDP ports, redirect packets to alternate IP addresses, protect against Denial of Service attacks. You can't do most of this on Windows.
@TranceThanks for guide this about linux setup.
I've a question.. Why should/choose to use linux instead of windows?
Linux has a reputation for being fast ok, but what's the real benefits for my server?
its almost same for debian/ubuntu distribution that i use for servers, this is common knowledge for old people.
you must have lots of free time to make all this guides gj, this is actually a basic setup l2j server into linux distribution