Using Red hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) at home
Thierry.Lelegard at nagra.fr
Fri Jan 21 14:07:02 UTC 2005
"Scientific Linux" (https://www.scientificlinux.org/) is a free clone of
RHEL, without the copyrighted logos. Quote: "Our main goal for the base
distribution is to have everything compatible with Enterprise". Here,
"Enterprise" means RHEL but they absolutely refuse to write "Red Hat"
anywhere. SL is rebuilt from the RHEL SRPM's (they are public).
SL is maintained by various physics labs around the world (Fermi, CERN,
etc) and is used for all their massive computing.
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> [mailto:fedora-list-bounces at redhat.com]On Behalf Of troyston campano
> Sent: Friday, January 21, 2005 2:22 PM
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> Subject: Using Red hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) at home
> this is a little off-topic but from time to time I like to write
> articles about "Installing <insert software here> on Fedora." I'd like
> to be able to do the same for RHEL. Does anyone know if you can
> download it for home personal use (really just for testing software
> I know you usually pay for them, but if you don't want support,
> documentation or anything like that and don't have a RHN account is
> there a way to get a copy of a RHEL ISO for home use only?
> thank you!
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