I've been working out of these Ted Greene books. Dig that leisure suit!

I'm giving CentOS Stream another try, this time the 9 Beta, and also in GNOME Boxes instead of bare metal.

So far:

* Install was uneventful (It helps to be familiar with Anaconda).

* While the "DVD" image is huge (~8GB), the installation is small. I'd rather make the choice beteween Flatpaks and RPMs for my applications, so this is a good move.

* Looks great (GNOME 40). If you can manage to get the apps you need between CentOS, EPEL, Copr and Flatpaks, this is a great workstation.

Except that it looks like Fedora 32 already has LibreOffice in the GNOME Adwaita Dark looking good.

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