[CentOS] Fedora Server - as an alternative ?

Thu Dec 20 20:06:50 UTC 2018
mark <m.roth at 5-cent.us>

lejeczek via CentOS wrote:
> On 20/12/2018 15:33, mark wrote:
>> lejeczek via CentOS wrote:
>>> hi guys
>>> I wonder if any Centosian here have done something different than
>>> only contemplated using Fedora Server, actually worked on it in
>>> test/production envs.
>>> If here are some folks who have done it I want to ask if you deem it
>>> to be a viable option to put it on at least portion of servers stack.
>>> Anybody?
>> I would not run it as a server. In a server and workstation
>> environment, you do *not* want to have daily multiple updates to
>> software, you want stability, or you're likely to have your users
>> seriously aggravated by you, for breaking their jobs far too frequently.
>> Spin up a VM or two, for folks who actually (or think they actually)
>> need newer software and utility stacks, but use something stable as a
>> base.
>> mark "I do see how many update's my manager's fedora box gets..."
> What I'm really looking forward to - why I thought I'd poke around, thus
> that question - is RDP in Wayland.
> When it get's into RHELs I worry be ages and I'd really love to try to
> introduce Linux desktops to those really dumb and unreformable users.
I thought Ubuntu dropped wayland....