2. Local System Tools (Red Hat Subscription Manager)
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.
firstbootprocess for configuring content and updates, but the system can be registered at any time through the Red Hat Subscription Manager UI or CLI. New subscriptions, new products, and updates can be viewed and applied to a system through the Red Hat Subscription Manager tools.
2.1. Launching the Red Hat Subscription Manager UI
[root@server1 ~]# subscription-manager-gui
- The My Subscriptions tab shows all of the current subscriptions that the system is subscribed to.
- The All Available Subscriptions tab shows all of the subscriptions that are available to the system. The default displays only subscriptions that are compatible with the hardware, but these can be filtered to show any subscriptions which match the hardware, any subscriptions which match installed products, only subscriptions which do not overlap with a currently-attached subscription, or any subscription which matches a given string.
- The My Installed Products tab shows the currently installed products on the system, along with their subscription status. This does not allow administrators to install software, only to view installed software.
Figure 2. Red Hat Subscription Manager Main Screen