Fedora 27 Making It Easy To Deploy Free RHEL7 VMs
Written by Michael Larabel in Fedora on 20 October 2017 at 11:47 AM EDT. 5 Comments
FEDORA --
For those wanting to use Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 within a GNOME Boxes driven virtual machine, you can do so for free now with Fedora Workstation 27.

Red Hat has made it possible to easily deploy RHEL7 from within the GNOME Boxes virtualization software even if you are not a paying Red Hat customer. All that's required is a free Red Hat developer account.

The GNOME Boxes UI makes it easy once signed into the Red Hat Developer Program to have an "infinite number of RHEL 7.x" running from atop your Fedora Workstation 27 host system.

Details via this blog post by Debarshi Ray. More details on signing up for the no-cost Red Hat Enterprise Linux developer subscription via developers.redhat.com.

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