This is your RHEL subscription and is only valid if you're on a Red Hat
Enterprise Linux system.
Once your system is registered, you are able to get security updates and
bugfixes from Red Hat.
If you are on another distro, such as Fedora, it doesn't do much and you
can ignore it. It's not needed for getting updates.
You can remove the subscription-manager-cockpit package and it will go
away from the sidebar.
On 9/8/19 12:08 PM, ratatouille wrote:
> What is the meaning of registering a system? Can't find any documentation about
> What is expected to be filled in activation-key and username and password to
> a system? I authenticate to a secondary system with ssh authorized key.
> Thank you!
> Kind regards
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