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Would you install Oracle Linux in your personal laptop ?
My laptop's hardware specs:
Processor : AMD Ryzen 9-4900H Storage 1: 512 GB NVME M.2 SSD drive Storage2: 500GB Mechanical drive 24 GB RAM Manufacturer : Asus
I am kind of comfortable with Fedora distro. So, in my personal desktop PC, I have Windows 10 and Fedora 32 installed as dual boot.
I use Windows 10 only when I need to use Microsoft Office software like MS Word, Excel or Adobe products.
Now, I bought a new personal laptop with the above specs. Since I work with Oracle technologies, I am thinking of installing Oracle Linux along with Windows 10 OEM that came with my laptop. This way, I can quickly play around with an Enterprise linux distribution without needing to VPN to my workplace's servers.
My laptop has NVIDIA graphics (GTX 1660 Ti). But, I can install the official linux driver from Nvidia just like I do with Fedora or Ubuntu. So, graphics shouldn't be a problem.
Do you guys foresee any problems in installing an enterprise Linux like Oracle Linux in a personal laptop ? Especially problems that would affect video, audio, etc.