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Choosing a Linux Distro WebTesting/FileSharing

I am looking to use my shuttle to hold all my files as well as testing for my
websites that I work on.  I was wondering what everyone's opinion is for
these two jobs.  My first inclination would be to just use ubuntu because
that is what I have experience with.  

Do any of you have any other suggestions on a Linux Distro that would better
suit my needs?  Again this is going to be purely a place to host files, and
send websites to for testing before uploading to the web.  I may eventually
want to set this up so I can access it from outside my home but that is a
very low priority at the moment.

What would you use?
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