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You can use Centos, which IS RHEL but free, or use the free RHEL offer as detailed above.

The new Centos/RHEL 7.4 uses a modern Gnome, the same one as Fedora 25. Centos/RHEL was always very out of date, but recently they seemed to have changed their ideas and are updating the software on it more often. It's all about stability whereas Fedora is all about latest and greatest.

I would consider using Centos 7.4 if you want to learn RHEL for commercial/career reasons. I just installed it, and it's brilliant. I consider it a long term support Fedora 25 where you type YUM instead of DNF :)

You can use Centos, which IS RHEL but free, or use the free RHEL offer as detailed above.by @florian.

The new Centos/RHEL 7.4 uses a modern Gnome, the same one as Fedora 25. Centos/RHEL was always very out of date, but recently they seemed to have changed their ideas and are updating the software on it more often. It's all about stability whereas Fedora is all about latest and greatest.

I would consider using Centos 7.4 if you want to learn RHEL for commercial/career reasons. I just installed it, and it's brilliant. I consider it a long term support Fedora 25 where you type YUM instead of DNF :)