To get started with Docker EE on Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL), make sure you meet the prerequisites, then install Docker.
NOTE: A long repositories list should appear and you can status to see if certain repositories are enabled (the ones with 1 on Enabled). A more simple output the command yum repolist all should generate through, and you can, also, verify if certain repos are enabled.
NOTE: Here I’ve enabled RHEL 7 Server Optional RPMs repositories which I will need later to install some important PHP moduleson a LAMP server. After you edited the file and enabled all your needed Repositories using the procedure above, run yum repolist all or just yum repolist, again to verify repos status like in the screenshots below. After everything concerning subscriptions and repositories has been set, upgrade your system to make sure your system has the latest packages, kernels and security patches up to date, issuing the following command. Now your system is up to date and you can start perform other important task like starting to build a complete web environment for productions by installing all the necessary software packages, which will be covered in future tutorials.
To activate a subscription use the following command. After you system has been registered to Red Hat Customer Portal and a Subscription has been activated in your system you can start listing and enabling system Repositories.
To get a list of all your provided repositories through a certain subscription use the next command.
Mark Logic relies on the operating system for filesystem operations.