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I'm trying to install Wine on Red Hat Enterprise Linux using Yum, but it's not in the RHEL repository. How can I install RHEL via Yum? I'm pretty sure there may be other repositories out there somewhere which have a RHEL compatible binary (maybe CentOS), but I can't find them.

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Have a look into adding the EPEL repository to your RHEL build. EPEL is Fedora packages built against RHEL I have not used this repo to install wine but do currently have it installed in my Scientific Linux 6 RHEL clone.

If you are not familiar with install 3rd party repositories then you may want to have a peek at the centos documentation here:

I also use Atrpms but that is probably overkill for your requirements.

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