Why Use Minimal Templates?

Maybe you could add that using minimal templates is like using a “netinst” Debian/fedora ISO to install a system, and that depending on your use case, you may end up having to add manually a lot of packages, and do a lot of config manually.
Or maybe simply put : “if you’ve never used a netinst ISO or don’t know what it is, don’t use minimal templates”. But maybe in a nicer way ^^
(PS: I assumed the fedora server netinst is like the Debian one, but I’ve never tested it myself)

Haha this is exactly me, how fitting, i am perfectionist :smiley: I Am everything or nothing xDD

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