Reply to post: Does RHEL Dev' edition get access to patches and security updates?

Save it, devs. Red Hat doesn't want your $99 for RHEL

Nezumi
Linux

Does RHEL Dev' edition get access to patches and security updates?

I've started looking into this as I'm giving serious consideration to moving my home labs from Windows to CentOS. Whilst I'm aware that RHEL and CentOS are basically the same, I would like to use RHEL if possible.

I'm mindful that I'm going to need patches and security updates. I can't confirm my entitlement to these if I deploy instances of the OS. I'm also not sure if I'm strictly allowed to use the OS in personal labs for non-commercial use. I expect to end up doing some scripting, but not development per-se.

Can anyone advise? I need updates and also don't want to use the OS if I shouldn't be.

Ta Muchly!

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