.NET on RHEL: I can’t wait, and neither should you
Red Hat is committed to making .NET a First Class citizen on Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL). To that end, we’re working furiously to make sure everything’s perfect before we make .NET available by simply running:
yum install rh-dotnetcore10
In the meantime, I can’t wait.
No, literally, I can’t wait — you don’t need to either. You can hop over to Microsoft’s .NET download site and get .NET for RHEL. (What? You didn’t get your zero-dollar developer copy of RHEL? I’ll wait while you download it…)
Here’s the key for installing .NET on RHEL: Select the CentOS 7.1 option, and run the two commands shown. That’s it! The first command will download and run an install script. The script is smart enough to detect RHEL and take the appropriate steps. The second command simply creates a symlink (“shortcut” for us Windows folks). You can then run
dotnet --version and see that you have .NET running on RHEL!
All The Best,
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