Originally Posted by the_gripmaster
I signed up for a Free 30-day evaluation subscription from Red Hat site and downloaded the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.3 version. My question is, is it legal to keep on using this product after the 30 days are over?
There is another version of RHEL, Red Hat Enterprise Linux Advanced Platform. How can I get this? Is it possible to download and use this version without any subscription at all?
Thanks in advance.
You can continue to use RHEL, however, you won't be able to get any more patches for it. Basically, you are paying for updates and support. If you are interested in downloading other versions, just request a trial for those specific versions.
You may also consider using CentOS which is a binary compatible version of RHEL which means it's RHEL without the logos. It's free. I've used them both and they are very solid. Hope this helps!