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I would like to install the gcc-c++ package on RHEL 6. When I search for it with yum, I get No matches found.

Searching for it on the web, it seems that I need the workstation sub-channel. However, I have no idea how to get it. Do I need to buy a workstation subscription for that? It is not listed in yum repolist all.

I used the Subscription Manager to activate the license, most documentation only applies when using RHN classic, so I'm a bit lost right now.

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Ok, the repository has nothing to do with the workstation sub-channel, it's called rhel-6-desktop-optional-rpms. After I enabled that in the /etc/yum.repos.d/redhat.repo, yum found the gcc-c++ package.

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  • You may also enable it using the command sudo yum-config-manager --enable rhel-6-desktop-optional-rpms. – crayzeewulf Feb 11 '14 at 5:49
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How about installing it from your DVD?

For my RHEL 6.4, the RPM file can be found under the folder X:\Packages.

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