Red Hat Linux was a popular early Linux distribution, that was made available as a boxed set available in stores.
ISO images of the Free non-commercial editions of 6.2 and later are available here: http://archive.download.redhat.com/pub/redhat/linux/
In 2003 "Red Hat Linux" was replaced with "Red Hat Enterprise Linux" and "Fedora Linux"
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Red Hat Linux 5.0 includes the Metro-X X Server, BRU2000-PE, and RealPlayer Real Audio Client and Server.
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