Last time I tried daily driving this it was called “Atomic Workstation” and docker made me revert back to regular Fedora WS within a month. Lets see how it fares now. Fairly excited that toolbox exists and its at least *less* painful to manage containers.

Tap to click being disabled by default is going to drive me mad one of these days...

I've *spent* minutes in the installer thinking it was doing something and the UI had not updated, but it turns out my click was never registered...

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Cool, it installs apps as Flatpaks it seems, except they are rpm builds that are using the org.gnome.* ids and build against the Fedora runtime...

Firefox seems to still be part of the image though, can't uninstall it after replacing it with the Flathub build..

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Looks like also, silverblue 33 comes without a Mail client, video app or Music app.. Wonder where they want to go with this.

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Interesting, there appears to be a Sushi installed, I don't recall that being there by default on regular fedora.

I wonder how it work given that it can't preview most media since the Fedora runtime lacks the *vast* majority of codecs.


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@alatiera it is there on regular fedora.

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