Quick Registration for RHEL
quickly register and subscribe Red Hat Enterprise Linux systems
yum) to help install and update content on the local system.
1. Using Red Hat Subscription Manager Tools
rootbecause of the nature of the changes to the system. However, Red Hat Subscription Manager connects to the subscription service as a user account for the subscription service.
1.1. Launching the Red Hat Subscription Manager UI
[root@server1 ~]# subscription-manager-gui
1.2. Running the subscription-manager Command-Line Tool
subscription-managertool. This tool has the following format:
[root@server1 ~]# subscription-manager command [options]
subscription-managerhelp and manpage have more information.
Table 1. Common subscription-manager Commands
|register||Registers or identifies a new system to the subscription service.|
|unregister||Unregisters a machine, which strips its subscriptions and removes the machine from the subscription service.|
|attach||Attaches a specific subscription to the machine.|
|redeem||Auto-attaches a machine to a pre-specified subscription that was purchased from a vendor, based on its hardware and BIOS information.|
|remove||Removes a specific subscription or all subscriptions from the machine.|
|list||Lists all of the subscriptions that are compatible with a machine, either subscriptions that are actually attached to the machine or unused subscriptions that are available to the machine.|