Installation Guide Red Hat Enterprise Linux / Centos 8.x

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 version has been released and comes with GNOME 3.28 as the default desktop environment and runs on Wayland. This new release of RHEL is based on Fedora 28 and the upstream Kernel 4.18.

It provides users with a stable, secure and consistent foundation across hybrid cloud deployments with the tools required to support traditional and emerging workloads.This article describes instructions on how to install a minimal version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 using a binary DVD ISO image, this installation is highly suited for developing a customizable server platform without Graphical Interface.

To register and download your evaluation copy of Red Hat Enterprise Linux, simply follow this Link : https://www.redhat.com/wapps/sso/login.html

If you wish to try RHEL 8.1, you can download an evaluation copy giving you a full 30 day free trial (including updates).

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Extending a LVM in a Virtual Machine Running on Red Hat or Cent OS

In this article provides steps for extending the root partition residing in a logical volume created with Logical Volume Manager (LVM) in a virtual machine running Red Hat/Cent OS.

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Installation Guide Red Hat Enterprise Linux / Centos 6.x

Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) is a Linux operating system developed by Red Hat. RHEL is mainly aimed at commercial organisations. RHEL is available on multiple platforms including x86, x86_64, PowerPC, IBM pSeries and IBM System z. RHEL is probably one of the most popular Linux Operating system used by large Enterprises.

RHEL can be downloaded from Red Hat as an evaluation giving you a free 30 day trial.

For further information and to download RHEL, you will need to register on Red Hat’s site:

https://www.redhat.com/wapps/sso/login.html

Many other Linux distributions have been cloned from Red Hat’s Enterprise Linux. These include CentOS and Oracle Linux.

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