Comments 8 Posted In Red Hat Satellite CentOS Latest response 2019-09-27T06:49:34+00:00 Hi, I would like to know whether it's possible to install Satellite 6 on a CentOS7 server ? Or it should absolutely be in RHEL7 Thanks. SM Started 2019-09-26T12:01:54+00:00 by Sid-Ahmed Mecheri Newbie 15 points Log in to join the conversation Responses Sort By Oldest Sort By Newest ST Newbie 15 points 26 September 2019 12:05 PM Satellite Team Satellite can only be installed on a RHEL7 Server. Guru 8763 points 26 September 2019 12:33 PM ir. Jan Gerrit Kootstra Community Leader Hello Sid-Ahmed, Why do you wish to install a supported application on a non-supported Linux distribution? If you or your customer cannot afford the Red Hat support, you should build a server based on the four upstream projects on CentOS. It might be difficult, I have not tried it. Spacewalk might be an alternative, read the documentation about the limits, check for compatibility issues. Regards, Jan Gerrit ST Newbie 15 points 26 September 2019 12:40 PM Satellite Team Also, it is to be noted that the Satellite subscriptions INCLUDE RHEL for the installation, so there is no reason to not use it. Guru 8763 points 26 September 2019 12:49 PM ir. Jan Gerrit Kootstra Community Leader @Satellite Team, The classic Satellite subscription does not exist anymore. RHEL with Smart Management subscription is the requirement to get a set of free Satellite entitlements. The product Satellite contains a RHEL entitlement. An entitlement is a right to install. A subscription is the official support contract. Regards, Jan Gerrit Red Hat Expert 855 points 27 September 2019 6:48 AM Bryan Kearney If the customer has a Satellite subscription and is running into issues with an older SKU, that customer should reach out to their sales person. I am sure we can make an arrangment to get them the necessary subscriptions to allow them to install on RHEL. SM Newbie 15 points 26 September 2019 12:57 PM Sid-Ahmed Mecheri Thanks for your replies. I think the customer will finaly go for Foreman/Katello, the upstream projects. But he also wants to manage his rhel VMs on it. SM Newbie 15 points 26 September 2019 1:46 PM Sid-Ahmed Mecheri I think the customer will finaly go for Foreman/Katello, the upstream projects. But he also wants to manage his rhel VMs on it. Could he be able to sync RedHat content (Repos) to Foreman machine (installed on CentOS7) supposing that he has a subscription manifest ? Red Hat Expert 855 points 27 September 2019 6:49 AM Bryan Kearney This is possible. The customer should engage the foreman community with questions and concerns if using community bits.