I’m not a tech dude, I’ve moved from Win10 to Pop_OS couple of years ago and i really like that distro. They seem to fix the bugs very quickly. I’ve read that Fedora34 is moving to Wayland and Pipewire. I’m having issues with Pulseaudio on Pop (I need to restart it after every boot) and I see some image sheering when i watch videos (I’ve learned this probably comes from X11). So I was really wondering if jump into Fedora 34 to solve those little issues was a good idea for me. I’ve tried it on a VM, but this is not here that i can see Wayland and Pipewire in effect.
My fears are:
- There are plenty of help for Ubuntu based distros, not so much for Fedora
- I know that proprietary stuff can be painful in Fedora (I have an Nvidia graphics card, I use CUDA in Blender, I watch contents with DRM, etc…)
- I do everything on Linux: work, arts, gaming, watching movies, etc… Is Fedora able to do it all easily?
It feels to me that one must be a Linux expert to enjoy the full potential of it and not having a painful experience. But as I really don’t know it, I’m maybe totally wrong.
Can someone help me in my decision of trying the big leap?