0 Replies Latest reply on Jun 24, 2016 9:41 AM by Heinz Windzio

    Welcome to the Red Hat Software Collections (RHSCL) forum!

    Heinz Windzio Novice

      Hello, and Welcome!


        We’re glad you’re here. This is a forum for developers using Red Hat Software Collections (RHSCL). You can discuss topics on installation, getting started, or other issues related to developing with RHSCL.


        We encourage you to reach out to the Red Hat Developer Community through this forum with your development questions. You can also generate some discussions on relevant topics. Don’t be afraid to post. Other forum participants are your peers and they will most likely appreciate the discussions as well.


        If you are trying RHSCL for the first time, see Get Started with RHSCL on developers.redhat.com.  These guides take you from setup to Hello World in just a few minutes for the latest versions of Node.js, Perl, PHP, Python, and Ruby.  These guides show the essential commands for working with RHSCL.


        Need a subscription that includes RHSCL?    Developers can get a no-cost Red Hat Enterprise Linux Developer Suite subscription for development purposes by registering and downloading through developers.redhat.com. We recommend you follow our Getting Started Guide which covers downloading and installing Red Hat Enterprise Linux on a physical system or virtual machine (VM) using your choice of VirtualBox, VMware, Microsoft Hyper-V, or Linux KVM/Libvirt. For more information, see Frequently asked questions: no-cost Red Hat Enterprise Linux Developer Suite.



        The other ways in which you can communicate with  Red Hat, or the developer community, include:



      Note: Questions about the GCC, Eclipse with C/C++ Development Tools, SystemTap, valgrind, oProfile collections should be directed to the Developer Toolset forum. Red Hat Developer Toolset (DTS) provides the latest C, C++, and Fortran development tools. It is a separate product that is distributed via RHSCL using software collections.




      Have fun and remember to stay on topic. It’s also a good practice to search for previous posts related to your topic before making a new post.


      The Red Hat Developer Experience team