Waiting for the Yealink product announcement event.
People who work for a technology service provider.
A simplified version of this guide just got merged into the official docs.
Install Fedora, then install Nextcloud.
Install Debian, then install Nextcloud.
Seriously, like zero differences other than a few commands during install.
But no one is installing without reading a guide. So it does not matter.
Aside from the install/update commands,
dnf, there is no real difference between them.
systemd now. Sure a few of your applications might install to different locations or be owned by different users,
apache, and such.
But seriously, for most people it does not matter. Most of these systems are a one trick virtual machine, basically an appliance. All you have to know to "administer" them is how to update.
Updated post 2 with instructions for using
systemd to control the service
@Obsolesce that's a great visualization of it!
Except it could easily be Fedora there also.
And Fedora is not full of idiots thinking that they use Ubuntu because LTS and never upgrade shit.
Anyone experiencing bluetooth issues with Fedora 33 (kernel 5.10.6-200.fc33.x86_64)
I only use BT with a mouse on my laptop. Which since I am home I do not even turn on most of the time. Since I have a desktop.