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i am a new linux learner

i am mani from india and newbee for a linux learning community, give the suggessition.  

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Weihai-Ren
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Re: i am a new linux learner

I am  a new linux learner too, and I deployed a RHEL8.2, but some command of EX200, but I can not registed the OS to RH, why? And how can I set up the ENV correctly? 

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China_Meet
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Re: i am a new linux learner

我也是,我注册操作系统的时候,失败
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maaek4
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Re: i am a new linux learner

Hi Who Can I Strat Studing

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Nivedv
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Re: i am a new linux learner

Hello @MANIKANDAKUMAR ,

Welcome to RHLC! Smiley Happy

Why don't start by checking out some Red Hat Training Videos and see where your interest lies. Link - https://learn.redhat.com/t5/Red-Hat-Training-Videos/bg-p/Red_Hat_Training_Videos

 

Once you figure out your interest, learn about that technology and start contributing to it here. The link should be a good starting point for you! Cheers! Smiley Happy

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Re: i am a new linux learner

Hi all!

I am too a newbie to RHEL. I've downloaded RHEL 8.3 and try to install as Additional OS. 

I've allocated a seperate NVMe.M2 for the purpose. When try to install it, during the process of attaching my subscription to RHEL the installation gets terminated.

Herewith, I have attached the progress. Kindly help me totackle the issue

Installation termination messageInstallation termination message

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Abir
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Re: i am a new linux learner

@Wilsonjoypaul  It happened to me once. I thought it was a Disk problem at first, maybe the disk was not compatible or the installation didn't finish. You could try a few things.

 

1. Try to start the OS without attaching a subscription. Don't quite remember if there's an option to skip it during boot but you should try it if it exists.

2. Re-download the installation image. Sometimes files get corrupted during download due to browser or download manager issues i.e IDM. The best way to ensure you have a healthy ISO image is to match the checksum hash provided below the ISO image name on the download page. If the hash matches, then you have a healthy ISO image and installation should complete without any issue.

Regards

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