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My company only allows Redhat Linux (Version: Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server 5.9). Has anyone tried building a tile servers using the instructions here? http://switch2osm.org/serving-tiles/manually-building-a-tile-server/

If yes, can you share the challenges/problems (if any). Also, what should I be on the look out for? Any details on the which (version) packages to get? I also did read about users having problems with configuring mod_tile on redhat. Any workaround/info on that? Any help would be very appreciated.

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What Redhat (or CentOS) version in particular? Knowing that would enable people to compare the available packages in that with an existing set of Ubuntu instructions.

(27 Jun '14, 16:09) SomeoneElse ♦

Distributor ID: RedHatEnterpriseServer Description: Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 5.9 (Tikanga) Release: 5.9

(27 Jun '14, 17:21) dk2005

Wondering why there is no any good document on the Internet regarding Setup openstreetmap on RedHat Linux Enterprise Server, really interesting

(14 May '18, 15:43) ArashArteman

Did you try a docker image?

(14 May '18, 16:37) gfitz

I'm working with a Logistics Network Design Team and in our Company we have some restrications which prevents us to have another Distribution or some Kind of docker Images or VM, just Redhat Linux Enterprise one.

(15 May '18, 07:45) ArashArteman

Docker sucks, so it's good if you don't use it.

(15 May '18, 08:16) Druzhba
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