While I'm at it, trying Fedora 27 on the old spare HDD on my upgraded 2009 PC workstation.
My wifi card needs the proprietary broadcom-wl driver from rpmfusion, which I had to google around to figure out, and which I have no idea how I *would* install if I didn't have a working slow-wifi USB dongle that worked with stock kernel.
Ubuntu provides an easier way to install the driver, but still I think needs network to do it. :)
The default open-source nvidia graphics driver is a bit sluggish at 2160p, and more sluggish at 2x 2160p, but it'll do for now.
Also sometimes I have to reset the 200% scaling on my monitors, but that's probably because my monitor has crappy firmware. But I can now do that through the GNOME Settings app very easily, instead of manually running a command like I used to have to.
The wifi-off option can be disabled, and for now I'm just going to explicitly lock the screen when I want. :P
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