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What OS is best to use for Hercules?

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I feel complacent when using Windows for Hercules, what would be the "Easiest"(dunno the right word to say lol)  Linux to use for Herc? 

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yes linux based os is better.

depend what you more like you can use debian or debian based distros like ubuntu. or if you not like debian use centos.

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On 13/11/2020 at 13:55, Verzeltainne said:

Eu me sinto complacente ao usar o Windows para Hercules, qual seria o Linux " mais fácil " (não sei a palavra certa para dizer lol ) para usar no Herc? 

In my point of view, the best linux OS to use is ubuntu, as being more simplified, plus centOS is already lighter, requires a little more knowledge.

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this topic come out at the right time

 

I'm not sure about debian,

but I tested CentOS 7 and CentOS 8

 

CentOS 8 come with mysql 8.0

https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-install-mysql-on-centos-8

and this alone speed up a lot of configuration time

no need to install mariadb,

(rathena's guide says need to install mariadb, but I tested CentOS 8 it doesn't need it)

 

yes CentOS 7 needs to install a lot more stuffs, CentOS 8 just much simpler

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