How to Register and Enable Red Hat Subscription, Repositories and Updates for RHEL 7.0 Server

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Matei Cezar

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8 Responses

  1. patrick says:

    do you have to register the core edition of centos 7? I used the minimal installation disk from the online centos source page. it does not a redhat any where in the boot up. is that still consider redhat to..

    • Ravi Saive says:


      Only RedHat distributions needs to be registered to RedHat subscription to get package updates, CentOS distributions is free and doesn’t required any registration to get package updates..

  2. dilshath says:

    For this subscription, Redhat will deduct the amount?

    • Ravi Saive says:


      Yes, they have yearly RedHat subscription plans, you need check out official RedHat subscription page to know more about it..

  3. Theluli says:

    Hi Matei nice tutorial, l have redhat 7.2 and l need repos for rhscl for installing php55, but seems not to find them, can you help me how to get those repository ?

  4. Matei Cezar says:

    Simple as that, no! The packages will remain installed on your system forever and ever, unless you manually choose to uninstall them! Feel free to upgrade the system, but after that month support, you wont be able to upgrade packages anymore!

  5. Rinshad says:

    Hi Matei,

    Thank you for the detailed post. If I subscribe 30 Day Self-Supported RHEL free subscription, can I upgrade my system to latest version? and what will happen after one month? all the packages that I have installed in system will lost?

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