If I'm gonna get a job where I operate enterprise-grade #Linux servers, I think I better learn how to use #RHEL based distros. So I think I'll try to experiment with #Fedora and #RockyLinux. I've never really explored much in the RHEL branch, I've only really explored the #Debian and #Arch branches. I get the impression that a lot of Linux servers use RHEL based distros, so I think it might be very valuable to learn.


@RachaelAva1024 This was pretty much my career path, too. I recommend it, but only because it worked for me. I have no other experience to compare it with.

For the record, though, RHEL is based on Fedora, not the other way round. Fedora is upstream for RHEL and CentOS/Rocky/Alma.

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