RHEL5 and RHEL6 with the EPEL RHEL Entitlements
Jochen at herr-schmitt.de
Wed Apr 18 16:41:29 UTC 2012
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On Wed, 18 Apr 2012 10:09:45 -0400, you wrote:
>Unless you are doing hardware enablement (which probably shouldn't be
>done in EPEL), the best approach I would say is to install RHEL 6 on the
>hardware and use KVM to create a RHEL 5 virtual machine.
I have tried out your suggestion. Unfortunately I have got an
error message during the registration process for software
updates, which told me, that I didn't have any free entitlements,
because the entitlements was used for the based RHEL6 system.
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