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(a)hcl.com> wrote:
What is the best way for me to get podman v2 for RHEL? Build
source? Any guess when the yum repos would be updated?
Thanks very much for all the great info!
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