This is an opinionated playbook to setup a Fedora 32+ workstation with everything you need to start developing on Fedora Linux.
Follow these steps to install Ansible, checkout the Fedora Workstation repo, and run the playbook:
sudo dnf install ansible -y git clone https://github.com/jdoss/fedora-workstation.git cd fedora-workstation ansible-playbook setup_workstation.yml -e "local_user=yourusername [email protected]" --become -K
For further customization, edit
vars/vars.yml to fit your needs.
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