Fedora Workstation is so good and keeps getting better, my Ansible playbook to setup my dev machines keeps getting smaller and smaller and doing less and less over time. ❤️

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Fedora Linux 36 is GO for release next Tuesday!

I had a ton of fun with CentOS Stream 9 on my desktops/laptops but I'm heading back to Fedora for those machines. CentOS Stream 9 will continue to power my servers and homelab, but Fedora Workstation is just too good to be replaced for long in my life. ❤️

The CentOS topic keeps coming up so here we go.

My recommendations are in this order:

1. Use RHEL, there are many zero cost options.
2. Use CentOS Stream.
3. Use AlmaLinux.

If 1 doesn't fit your needs, move to 2. If 2 doesn't fit for your needs, move to 3.

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My secret to owning many really solid Linux computers on a budget is taking the fwupd Supported Devices list and hunting for eBay bargains on used hardware. Then I upgrade storage and RAM aftermarket with used or on-sale parts.

fwupd.org/lvfs/devices/

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Alright, so ansible-navigator is absolutely amazing and I don't think anyone understands how excited I am about it. 😀

github.com/ansible/ansible-nav

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