> In gnome desktop a drop down appears that says:
> System Not Registered
I personally have not seen that but to be honest only 2 out of 40+
workstations I manage at CMU run 8.2. I haven't had a chance to upgrade
the other stations from 7.8 due to Cov19 lockdown. Guys who are using
them were not complaining. I noticed that minimal server installation (I
did a dozen of those since late March) didn't require me even to accept
On my personal desktops and laptops I run OpenBSD and use cwm so I
really can't help you.
> Please register your system to receive software updates
> Register System....
> Also I'm sure I accepted the EULA agreement during installation.
> On Saturday, June 27, 2020 at 3:04:49 PM UTC-4, JP wrote:
> > No, not supposed to. We actually keep only the minimum required from rhn
> > stuff. What is it saying precisely?
> > JP
> > On Sat, Jun 27, 2020, 15:01 gfn0920 <gfn...@gmail.com
> > wrote:
> >> I have installed Springdale in virtualbox on my personal laptop using the
> >> boot.iso. When I start the system it asks me to register the system like I
> >> was running real Redhat. Is this supposed to be happening? I tried to
> >> remove librhsm but it also wants to remove dnf which is protected.
> >> Thanks.
> >> Jerry
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