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Which Linux distribution is used for running servers with a hypervisor? [closed]

I just bought my first dedicated server for home use. Since I've never had a server at home I'm not sure which operating system is the standard for running multiple VMs on the bare metal with a ...
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High-latency VM-centric workstation, vs. low-latency, (but, hack-ish) configuration for Oracle 11g

tl;dr Low-latency native (i.e. VM-less) development workstation vs. higher latency VM-centric workstation? Hey StackExchange, I'm unsure of whether or not I should be using a VM for development, as ...
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Which *nix distro is most lightweight for running virtual machines? [closed]

EDIT: This question was expanded to include other Unix-like distros such as Hurd and BSD. Before anyone wonders, I did read related questions and answers; I think I have a sufficiently unique ...
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Looking for small distro (to be installed automatically, with g++ and javac)

I'm looking for Linux distribution only with command line and I need in it only g++, javac, python. I found Damn Small Linux but it doesn't have g++ and javac. It should have it out of the box because ...
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Good distro for a VM?

I want a lightweight Linux VM that I can run with VirtualBox on Windows so I can test how to deploy PHP apps, Mono apps, etc. I don't need the UI and was thinking of going with the Ubuntu server ISO. ...