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Download Official Redhat Linux ISO Image

Redhat Linux is one of the many Linux distributions and one of few open-source OS with enterprise class of technical support. Indeed, it’s well backup by many big boys such as IBM, Dell, HP-Compaq, Oracle, etc.

Apart from that, a scale-down version of Fedora Core is also selected for well-known One-Laptop-Per-Child project (OLPC)!

Redhat Linux is one of the many Linux distributions and one of the few open-source OS project with enterprise class of technical support. Indeed, it’s well backup by many big boys such as IBM, Dell, HP-Compaq, Oracle, etc. Apart from that, a scale-down version of Fedora Core is also selected for well-known One-Laptop-Per-Child project.OLPC is a nice and caring idea of developing $100 laptop (XO-1 or Children’s Machine) for children around the world, especially to those in developing countries, to provide them with access to modern form of knowledge and education!

Unlike Windows Vista or its predecessor, you neither need to really pay for a genuine Redhat Linux CD nor you’ll see high-tech hologram printed. Redhat Linux is free-of-charge OS, unless you need to access their technical support or using Redhat Enterprise Linux.

Having say that, you can easily and freely download Redhat Linux CD ISO image from its FTP server. Although, development of the free version Redhat Linux has been discontinued after the release of Redhat Linux 9. Then, it’s Fedora Core – a merger between the Redhat Linux and old Fedora Linux projects in September 2003! Anyway, Redhat Inc (NYSE:RHT) sponsorship is ensuring that Fedora Core will continue available for free download and installation.

As a home user, there might be little or not problem at all by using the most up-to-date Linux distribution, such as Fedora Core 7. However, upgrade is not always an easy job for Linux administrators, who are maintaining legacy application servers running on old Redhat Linux distribution! So, one of the Linux administrator responsibilities is to ensure all the Linux installation CDs or ISO images are securely maintained and regularly backup. If you have lost track of them, you’ll appreciated if someone or somewhere still have a copy for download!

Here are the last resources – the official archive of Redhat Linux CD ISO images available for download from Redhat file servers. Also included are Redhat Linux LiveCD for OLPC project and the latest Fedora Core 7 download links:

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  7. Suresh Maity 16-05-08@12:24

    want red hat 9

  8. Manisekaran.L 11-12-08@11:28

    i really very happy to get this site .since 3 days i have been searching for this kind of sites.today only i got this site.it should have a familiar access.thanks to concern teams

    Regards ,Maniskearan Loganathan

  9. balaji 24-04-09@15:03

    i have download the red hat linux 9 cd iso image.i have copied the en folder from linux 9 folder.how to write in the cd and how to install the linux os from that.pls give tips

  10. joseph 22-05-09@06:26

    hi there

    can anyone provide me the ftp login and password for downloading the iso images archieve
    please do the needfulll

  11. DAYAMOY 29-05-09@21:56

    pls…. send me login and password for downloading REDHAT 7.2 . AND ALSO SEND THE LINK WHERE I’M DOWNLOAD THE FILE.

  12. Walker 31-05-09@00:39

    The link to download Red Hat 7.2 is already in the article.

    If you’re prompted to login, use the anonymous login method:

    http://www.walkernews.net/2008/05/17/direct-download-fedora-and-red-hat-linux-iso-cd-image/

  13. Adnan 30-06-09@11:27

    thx a lot , excelent job

  14. ganesh 29-10-09@13:20

    thanks
    If you’re prompted to login, use the anonymous login method:

  15. rohit patankar 30-01-10@13:16

    i want redhat 7.3

  16. Jason Wharton 13-03-10@23:52

    Thank you for the access to these ISO files for Redhat 7.2. I am making an effort to use Kylix 3 and it was certified on this version. All the best in your walkings!

  17. joshua mayse 19-06-10@05:08

    This site is great for redhat iso’s and even legacy redhat iso’s here lately I have been searching for a really really old copy of redhat linux 2.5, does anyone know where I can get it?

  18. tae 24-09-10@15:20

    The links that you have gave will no longer work for now.

  19. murshed 27-01-11@22:55

    i download En linux 9 it’s Red Hat Server include that’s file ..?

    thx

  20. Amr Mahsy 01-05-11@17:48

    Dears,
    Am downloading Redhat 7.2 , thanks for that , but i want to know which specific files that should i download and how to mount it ?

  21. Walker 01-05-11@23:25

    If you’re looking for English version, then browse to “en”, “iso”, “i386″ folder.

    Depends on how you want to use the ISO files, e.g. if install on physical machine, then you should burn the ISO file to disc. To read the ISO file on Linux, you can try this.

  22. Cristian 01-09-11@00:11

    Hi, thanks for the iso files!!

  23. pers 04-09-11@18:11

    thanks man! been looking for a site like this one, glad i found it. More power!

  24. steve 26-08-13@19:51

    I want redhat 6.3 64bit

    THANKS

  25. Chris 01-06-14@08:41

    Hi there,
    I have downloaded and tried installing several different iso’s of redhat, versions 8 and 9. Unfortunately, my computer will not boot from the CD; other CD’s will boot however, so I know the drive is good. I have a disc one iso for version that I downloaded a few years back and it runs but I can’t find disc two to continue the installation. If it helps, my computer is a Compaq desktop with a i845 chipset. It does meet the requirements for the system but for some reason, I can’t get any of the iso’s I’ve downloaded to work! Please help!!!!!

    Thank you!

  26. Walker 02-06-14@01:55

    First of all, did you verify the MD5 file checksum of the ISO images you’ve downloaded?

    If the file checksum is valid, then I suspect you didn’t “burn” the ISO image correctly onto the CD/DVD-ROM.

    Otherwise, the images hosted by the official site might have corrupted.

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