In this article, we look at the various ways .NET Core is made available on Red Hat platforms. We start with an overview of the available platforms, and then show how to install .NET Core on each of them.
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Today Chris Wright, vice president and CTO at Red Hat, published a post describing how CentOS is changing and the opportunities it opens for developers in the Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) ecosystem. The net effect of this change is that, in addition to CentOS Linux 8, there is a new version of CentOS—CentOS Stream—which will provide a “rolling preview” of future Red Hat Enterprise Linux kernels and features. This is being announced in addition to the release of the traditional CentOS Linux 8, which is a downstream rebuild of the current RHEL release.
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I came across Linux in 2005, it was Debian. Then followed a love affair with Ubuntu, for which in March 2009 I purchased a netbook Asus EeePC 1000. In 2010, I began to contribute to ALT Linux participating in the “School Project” and even became a basic256 package maintainer.
The last few years my EeePC with Ubuntu peacefully rested deep in my cupboard. Then there was a chance to clean off the dust. There was a task to get acquainted with CentOS Linux and test examples for my webinar “Apache Ant – quick start”.
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For all of the tech people heading to Portland the week of July 21, there may be a weight shift in the cybersphere. 🙂
Red Hat is a sponsor of OSCON again this year, plus for the new Open Cloud Day. If you plan to attend, be sure to attend these Red Hat sessions.
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