So I have a basic need – podman and it would be nice to have a nice web frontend such as Cockpit, but really ssh will suffice. So either here should work out those needs quite nicely.
As I have mererly toyed with Fedora Server in a VM, not as a home server OS, I must ask – any gotchas that would make staying with CentOS/RHEL on my home server? I am in need to replacing a RHEL7 install due to some bugs in podman’s version, and it getting zero further updates (basically being told get off RHEL7).
Any insight here would be great. The main reason I can even consider Fedora Server is the fact that for 6 years now, dnf system upgrades just worked, and thats with a boatload of COPR and other 3rd party repos. Whats in the RH yum repos has been fine for the most part, an occasional EPEL package is more than sufficient. So that said, if I can stay up to date just and have a decent modicum of stability, Fedora server should be fine. But with zero experience … well you know the saying about assumptions