Sorry for the late reply.
When you posted your question .NET Core 1.0 hadn't quite gone live yet, so it's possible the repos just hadn't been published. Have you been able to try again? Before doing so, you'll need to make sure you are attached to the Red Hat Enterprise Linux Developer Suite subscription, and that you've enabled the rhel-7-server-dotnet-rpms repository.
Unless you are running the RHEL Developer Suite ( which was linked from the Get Started instruction), I believe you may need to enable that subscription and then enable the .NET core channel. Then, install scl and you should then be able to run 'yum install rh-dotnetcore10'.
You can find complete instructions in the documentation here:
As for the Github instructions. Most of the examples will work but the instructions are already outdated (e.g. version changes from RC to stable, deprecated options).
Next, when we're using Visual Studio Code you'll, like me, end up with a .Net Debugger error at some point because we don't have the right version of the debugger installed (?).
That leads us to the Redhat-Instructions where it says that we have to add a new repository and later install 'rh-dotnetcore10' which actually gives me a subscription error later on.
Also, there are Instructions at Microsoft.
Would anyone please shed some light on this topic?
THANK YOU for catching this and bringing it to my attention. I've updated the instructions and have put in a Pull Request for the page to be updated.
I'll reply here, again, when that update take effect.
In the meantime, the instructions can also be found at the Microsoft .NET download page, which see: https://www.microsoft.com/net/core#redhat
-- Don Schenck
sounds good. I made a pull request on your github repo few days ago (github nick is TonyBostonTB).
Not sure if I actually changed everything we' need in this pull request but let's see.
Thanks, again, to your keen eye. The original instructions have been fixed and are now live.