.NET Core for Linux

Microsoft's decision to make .NET Core open source and cross-platform means it's time for Linux developers to get comfortable and start experimenting.

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.NET 6 now available for RHEL and OpenShift

November 15, 2021

.NET 6 is available on Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Red Hat OpenShift. Get an overview of new features including C# 10, F# 6, and a new minimal API.

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RHEL 8.5: OpenJDK 17, .NET 6, and more

November 10, 2021

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.5 is here! This release has OpenJDK 17, .NET 6, rootless overlay support in Podman, enhanced application streams, and more.

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New application samples in Red Hat OpenShift 4.8

October 1, 2021

In Red Hat OpenShift 4.8, application samples were added or updated for Python and Ruby, as well as Node.js, Quarkus, and Spring Boot.

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Deploy .NET applications on Red Hat OpenShift using Helm

July 7, 2021

Discover how to use the Kubernetes package manager, Helm, and the OpenShift console to install and manage packages, with examples based on .NET charts.

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Why Windows and Linux line endings don't line up (and how to fix it)

May 6, 2021

Windows and Linux line endings don't match, which causes trouble if you're moving files from a Windows desktop to a Linux container. Here's how to fix it.

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Containerize .NET for Red Hat OpenShift: Use a Windows VM like a container

April 29, 2021

Learn how to use Red Hat OpenShift Virtualization to run a Windows virtual machine in OpenShift and treat it like any other container.

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