We will be releasing with RHEL 8 at 8.3 (planned in November). Until then, I'll defer to others. Personally, I was playing with it in Fedora Rawhide about 6 weeks ago, and now in Fedora (and I'm the Product Manager) ;-)  On a serious note, it really is easier to just use what is packaged. But, it's not hard to compile, I've done that too.

On Thu, Aug 27, 2020 at 3:01 PM <thomas.neal@hcl.com> wrote:
What is the best way for me to get podman v2 for RHEL[78]?  Build from source?  Any guess when the yum repos would be updated?

Thanks very much for all the great info!
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