[lug] FW: Student Buff Bulletin 08/30/2007
craig.talbert at gmail.com
Thu Aug 30 16:43:07 MDT 2007
You get the student activation key here:
click on Activation-Keys and use your Identikey Username/Password.
You will then see the Student Key which you can download and save.
Place this student key in the bootstrap.sh script, described here in
and you should be all set. Unlike the $25.00 fee version for research,
faculty, and staff, this version requires you to run "up2date" manually
on your system every so often to keep your system updated (most of us
run it out of cron).
On 8/30/07, siegfried <siegfried at heintze.com> wrote:
> Hey folks,
> My daughter (who just enrolled in CU Boulder) tells me she can get red hat
> enterprise for free. Can someone explain exactly what this means and how
> this is different from downloading fedora? Does it mean free support?
> ----- Forwarded Message ----
> From: Student Buff Bulletin <memofrom at Colorado.edu>
> Sent: Thursday, August 30, 2007 7:48:34 AM
> Subject: Student Buff Bulletin 08/30/2007
> SUBJECT: Student Buff Bulletin 08/30/2007
> Student Buff Bulletin
> 30 August 2007, Thursday
> A Boulder Campus digest of current events
> LINUX USERS: GET REDHAT ENTERPRISE FOR FREE!
> The university's site license allows any fee-paying student to receive a
> copy of RedHat Enterprise and all the updates for free for personal
> computer use. Using the campus's site license will assure that you
> receive the latest security updates from our local RedHat satellite
> server. Interested? Contact the IT Service Center at help at colorado.edu
> or 5-HELP for more information.
> Contact: IT Service Center
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