RHEL 6.2 ZipKit
Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) is a Linux-based operating system developed by Red Hat and targeted toward the commercial market. This operating system also provides NTP and TFTP services. Network Time Protocol (NTP) is a networking protocol for clock synchronization between computer systems over packet-switched, variable-latency data networks and TFTP is a mechanism to transfer files from one device to another. It is typically used by network administrator to copy configuration file, log file and firmware to/from networking devices.
RHEL 6.2 ZipKit contents
This ZipKit contains following:
|Software name||Packaged with eZDeploy||Download location|
|Network Time Protocol (NTP)||No (Required to be downloaded)||Red Hat Enterprise Linux version 6.2 64 bit media containing the required package.|
|Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP)||No (Required to be downloaded)||Red Hat Enterprise Linux version 6.2 64 bit media containing the required package.|
NTP and TFTP are copyrighted software. You need to download these packages. See Where to download the ZipKit for details.
The following topics describe how to use the ZipKit to create a service offering that deploys NTP and TFTP on Red Hat Enterprise Linux version 6.2 (RHEL 6.2).
|Provides an overview of the ZipKit, how to download the content, and a description of what is in the ZipKit.|
|Importing the ZipKit for RHEL 6.2||Describes the tasks you must perform in BMC Cloud Lifecycle Management to import the service blueprint included in the ZipKit.|
|Creating a RHEL 6.2 service offering||Describes how to create a service offering in BMC Cloud Lifecycle Management, which you can then use to create a requestable service offering for your end users.|