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dkcbk
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RHEL subscription

Hi.
Does anyone use RHEL for personal use? I'm interested in knowing how much the subscription costs.
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Fran_Garcia
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You can get a free Developer subscription that will entitle you to register up to 16 systems. More info about getting that gratis subscription at:

https://developers.redhat.com/register 

https://developers.redhat.com/articles/faqs-no-cost-red-hat-enterprise-linux

https://developers.redhat.com/articles/getting-red-hat-developer-subscription-what-rhel-users-need-k...

 

Tess
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Huh, here's me with egg on my face. I recently paid $179 for a single seat workstation license. Not for personal use, mind you, but for testing and studying as part of my job. 

Thanks very much for sharing!

Fran_Garcia
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Good news is, with this subscription you also have access to a bunch of developer-like tools. Also noteworty, you also have access to Ansible Automation Platform if that interests you as well

Tess
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Again, thanks for your suggestions! I will defo look into this! And once I've got all needed info, I'll also inform my students; they might appreciate a short fling with RHEL.

dkcbk
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Thank you! I downloaded RHEL and registered it with my personal RH account. Is that enough? I didnt find to choose a specific type of subscription (development in my case).
Tess
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@dkcbk  If you login to the Customer Portal and visit the following URL, you should be able to see your active subscription(s).

-> https://access.redhat.com/management

It will show your "developer subscription for individuals" which you can inspect to see how many of the 16 licenses you're already using. 

Fran_Garcia
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Yep, that is enough. New / existing RHSM accounts are being migrated to Simple Content Access meaning you don't need to attach a subscription to the systems (commands like 'subscription-manager attach --auto', etc). Just 'subscription-manager register' and you're set.

More info in here: https://access.redhat.com/articles/simple-content-access

 

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