Red Hat Linux no longer exists as a
free to download product line. The last version released by Red Hat was version 9.
This version is still very popular, but it has now been replaced by
the Fedora Project (still produced by Red Hat) - please see our Fedora
Linux page. Also, CentOS is a 100% compatible rebuild of Red
Hat Enterprise Linux and is available
from us here.
(Red Hat Enterprise Linux) version is available via the Red Hat website.
available from enjoyLinux.co.uk:
Linux 9 (installation CDs - 32-bit)
CDs - £5.00
adjust settings using graphical tools
desktop makes finding applications less complicated
specific packages and themes to customize personal workstations
Hat Bluecurve graphical interface
look, from installation through daily usage
menu organization for more convenient access to frequently used
open source browser, e-mail client, address book, and html author
Evolution e-mail client, contact manager, and calendar
Linux Kernel 2.4.20; GCC 3.2.1; GNU libc 2.3.2 (with NPTL); Web
server powered by Apache httpd 2.0