First Month with Fedora Silverblue

In Software about Linux, Fedora, Silverblue and containers

I decided during my midwinter vacation that I'd try out Fedora Silverblue on my desktop, and I liked it, so here I am still using it on my work laptop.

Silverblue is a version of Fedora using rpm-ostree to provide a minimal and immutable base OS, providing a platform for running applications in containers.

Previously I was using Ubuntu with a lot of Ansible playbooks for installing things both globally and in my home directory. I used to keep those playbooks in the same directory as my dotfiles, but after the switch to Fedora I removed them. If anyone is curious about what that looked like, they are here.

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