Comments 7 Posted In Red Hat Customer Portal How to download rhel 3 ga Latest response 2017-08-24T06:06:35+00:00 How to download rhel 3 ga(kernel version is 220.127.116.11) LM Started 2017-08-23T08:31:35+00:00 by Luo Maotian Community Member 27 points Log in to join the conversation Responses Sort By Oldest Sort By Newest Guru 9200 points 23 August 2017 8:49 AM Christian Labisch Community Leader Hi Luo, ISO images for RHEL 3 are not available anymore, the oldest edition you can download is RHEL 4 : https://access.redhat.com/downloads/content/69/ver=/rhel---4/4.0/x86_64/product-software But why would you want to do this ? Old versions are not supported anymore ... no security updates. My recommendation is : better download and install the latest edition Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.4 ! Cheers :) Christian LM Community Member 27 points 24 August 2017 12:27 AM Luo Maotian Dear Labisch Thanks a lot!Our os(RHEL 3) hung in "no more processes left in this runlevel" when it started,i want to rescue it Red Hat Guru 7202 points 23 August 2017 10:41 AM Jamie Bainbridge As Christian said, ISOs are not supplied anymore. Even under the employee account with every entitlement we don't see these available via the Customer Portal, we'd need to use an internal-only server to get such an ISO. You could use the CentOS Vault to get EL3 going, it should do everything RHEL3 could and the support status will be the same: http://vault.centos.org/ LM Community Member 27 points 24 August 2017 12:28 AM Luo Maotian Dear Bainbridge Thanks! LM Community Member 27 points 24 August 2017 12:34 AM Luo Maotian Dear Bainbridge Can I run "rpm -ivh initscripts-7.31.9.EL-1.centos.1.i386.rpm" in RHEL 3 32 bit? Red Hat Guru 7202 points 24 August 2017 4:32 AM Jamie Bainbridge You can, just be careful the CentOS package is an update to the RHEL package. You don't want to end up with two RPMs of the same thing installed. LM Community Member 27 points 24 August 2017 6:06 AM Luo Maotian Thanks a lot!Have you initscripts package for RHEL3 32bit? Close Welcome! Check out the Getting Started with Red Hat page for quick tours and guides for common tasks.