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Originally Posted by ozar You can download it for free, then install it and use it, but you can't get updates or support without a subscription. That's why we were ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ozar View Post
    You can download it for free, then install it and use it, but you can't get updates or support without a subscription. That's why we were recommending Scientific or CentOS as alternatives.
    I don't mind about the updates just yet. I just want to learn how to use a version.

    Once I've done that, I'll buy a subscription for the updates.

    So which version of RH would you recommend I download to get started with?

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    If I were going to install the official version of RHEL, I'd go with the latest release which is currently 6.1:

    https://access.redhat.com/downloads/
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    Quote Originally Posted by ozar View Post
    If I were going to install the official version of RHEL, I'd go with the latest release which is currently 6.1:
    That's perfect. Thanks.

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    I'd still recommend Scientific - You get red hat 6 (including updates but no support)
    What do we want?
    Time machines!

    When do we want 'em?
    Doesn't really matter does it!?


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