RHEL3 : Installing software without an up2date RHN account ?
Ray Van Dolson
rvandolson at esri.com
Mon Jun 11 10:30:43 CDT 2007
On Sun, Jun 10, 2007 at 01:04:32AM +0200, Florent Gilain wrote:
> Yes, my goal was to have a "test platform" in order to apply modifications
> on it before putting it into production platform (for which i have valid
> RHEL licence and account ;-)) )
Use CentOS 3 for testing. This would be the easiest way.
You _can_ legally use RHEL3 without a "license" (it's open source after
all), but you cannot legally get access to RH's binary RPM's. You'd
need to download the SRPM's they make freely available and compile them
I'd recommend either buying a subscription to RHN or just using CentOS
3. Or the 30-day RHN trial as someone else mentioned.
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