Building RHEL From SRPMS To Learn RHEL?
I am in the process of studying for the RHCSA/RHCE exams as a self-study(I'm broke), and I was wondering if building RHEL from its source RPMs would be a good exercise in getting to know the distro better. I have been using Linux for several years now, but I've mostly used Debian based distros and rolling release ones like Arch and Gentoo, though I have some experience with Fedora. I know CentOS is a RHEL clone, and I installed that briefly, but I found that using it as a primary desktop OS was cumbersome in many of the non-professional aspects of daily PC use(gaming, audio/video, etc.) due to outdated packages and installed Fedora instead. Would building RHEL on a second hard drive or in a VM help? Any input would be great. Thanks.