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Punyabrata
Flight Engineer
Flight Engineer
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Adding extra repos in RHEL 9 developer license free of cost

I have a developer license for RHEL9 valid for one year ( I think ) , but I am not able to add extra repos other than baseos and appstream even after registering through subscription manager ; Basically I am trying to install ansible navigator , can anyone suggest -

1. If this is allowed any more ? because since red hat stopped supporting CentOS , the epel repos are broken ,

2. If ansible-navigator and other packages can be available free of cost / against developer license ? which repo I need to add ? command lines available ? any URL with details ?

3. I tried with aap v2.4 as wel - but it complains about python3.9dist package not available !!

 

~ Thanks !

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Chetan_Tiwary_
Moderator
Moderator
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Hello @Punyabrata !

If you have registered through subscription manager then you can disable simple content access in the RH customer portal and then do 

subscription-manager repos --enable ansible-automation-platform-2.3-for-rhel-9-x86_64-rpms

post that do a dnf update and dnf  install ansible-navigator.

or you can refer this : https://ansible.readthedocs.io/projects/navigator/installation/#requirements 

or you can download the tar archive from here : https://access.redhat.com/downloads/content/480/ver=2.4/rhel---9/2.4/x86_64/product-software 

https://www.redhat.com/en/technologies/management/ansible/trial 

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Refer this link for more ways to start with Ansible

https://developers.redhat.com/products/ansible/download#ansibleways 

 

Punyabrata
Flight Engineer
Flight Engineer
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Hi

I received an e-mail from Red Hat that my RHEL9 subscription is going to ebd in 30 days ; 

For a developer , is there any option to continue using RHEL9 subscription without incturring license cost ? 

~ thanks

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