Which is best CentOS or Ubuntu for OpenWrt

I tried openWRT setup on Ubuntu and was working fine. I need to set up the same on centOS as well. Feature wise i am interested in understanding which OS supports better for openWRT overall. I need to implement the code related to the client server communications.

You say 'bah-neh-nah' and I say 'bah-nah-nah'

Either (or any of the reputable distributions) should work equally well for the purposes of building OpenWrt.

Each has their own charms and idiosyncrasies, but from a technical point of view, they're all about the same. RHEL / CentOS tends to be more conservative in its choice of software versions than does Debian / Ubuntu. Not that "newer is better" in all cases.

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Thanks for your views