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Playing with RHEL 7


A few quick notes on adding new packages to RHEL 7.

Nice stuff about RHEL 7

Docker is now a first class citizen.  You can read about how RHEL is moving to support Docker here.

Exciting stuff in the EPELs

There’s docker, gluster, and loads of other goodies in the latest EPELS.  Vagrant almost made it in.

For RHEL 7 : Adding the EPELs

rpm -ivh epel-release-7-0.2.noarch.rpm

Finding the missing installed pacakges

yum whatprovides "*bin/netstat"
Its my first time playing with RHEL 7, so I’ll update this more in time.  This is just a placeholder.


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