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Fedora is a pretty solid as a distro, and if I had the correct hardware to run all free software I probably would run it.

Gnome on Wayland is really smooth, video playback on desktop is also really good as well, however video playback is choppy/not-usable in browsers. And I don't really to care to troubleshoot things in a Live USB.

I didn't try connecting my audio interface, but I assume it would probably work, if not after enabling some prep repos or kernel modules.

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