RHEL is a commercial Linux distribution developed by Red Hat and optimized for use in enterprise environments. It features a range of tools and technologies for managing and deploying systems, as well as support for high-availability configurations and virtualization.
Oracle VM VirtualBox is a free and open-source virtualization software that allows users to run multiple operating systems on a single physical machine. It is useful for testing and development purposes, as well as for running multiple operating systems on a single computer.
To install Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) on Oracle VM VirtualBox, follow these steps:
- Download the RHEL installation media from the Red Hat website (https://www.redhat.com/en/technologies/linux-platforms/enterprise-linux).
- Start Oracle VM VirtualBox and click on the “New” button to create a new virtual machine.
- Follow the prompts to create a new virtual machine and select “Linux” as the operating system and “Red Hat (64-bit)” as the version.
- Allocate sufficient memory and create a virtual hard drive for the virtual machine.
- Start the virtual machine and select the RHEL installation media as the boot device.
- Follow the prompts to install RHEL.
- Once the installation is complete, configure the system according to your needs.
Note: The exact steps and commands required to install RHEL on Oracle VM VirtualBox may vary depending on your specific configuration. It is important to follow the installation instructions