- Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 Beta
- I want to use the RHEL 8.4 Beta but do not know how to get started.
- Which subscriptions provide access to the RHEL 8.4 Beta?
- How do developers get involved with the Beta?
Before you can get started with the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.4 Beta, you need to obtain access to the Beta depending on how you consume Red Hat’s products.
|Customers with active subscriptions||The Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.4 Beta is available to all Red Hat customers with an active subscription to Red Hat software. You need to visit the main Red Hat Enterprise Linux page to get started. Note: If someone on your Red Hat Customer Portal Account has already requested access to the Beta and been approved, you will get a notice of ineligibility.|
|Join the Red Hat Developers Program||An individual developer may obtain a subscription to evaluate Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.4 Beta at no cost by joining the Red Hat Developer Program. Learn more about the RHEL 8.4 Beta.|
|Request an evaluation subscription||If you do not have an existing subscription for Red Hat Enterprise Linux, you can request a complimentary self-supported Red Hat Enterprise Linux evaluation to gain access to all Red Hat Enterprise Linux products including RHEL 8.4 Beta. Once the evaluation subscription has been added to your Red Hat account, you can then visit the main Red Hat Enterprise Linux page to get started.|
|Red Hat Satellite||If you are using Red Hat Satellite, please first ensure the channels are available, and then update your Satellite certificate in order for Satellite to be aware of the newly created RHEL 8.4 Beta channels.|
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