Redhat Enterprise Linux v5 UPDATE 8 DVD-HOTiSO

Posted by on Feb 25th, 2012, at 7:47 am in Applications,Linux.

‘HOTiSO’ released ‘Redhat.Enterprise.Linux.v5.UPDATE.8.DVD’, I have added release notes and nfo, just have a look and see the change log.

OS: Linux

3.17 GB | h-rel58
Protection: Other

Homepage | Wiki
NFO | Release Notes | Torrent | Usenet


Red Hat Enterprise Linux Desktop is built for both the administrator and the end user. Built with the robust and secure Red Hat Enterprise Linux foundation and leading end-user applications and features from the open source community, Red Hat Enterprise Linux Desktop is an attractive and highly productive environment for knowledge workers on desktops or laptops.

Client installations can be finely tailored and locked down for simplicity and security for any task workstation. For those who require performance, visualization, and interactivity for simulation and design, Red Hat provides support for the latest graphics cards and true scalability on multi-core systems


Feel free to post any comments about Redhat Enterprise Linux v5 UPDATE 8 DVD-HOTiSO, including links to downloads, samples, screenshots, information, or any other relevant information. Please note that anything you download from here, you do so at your own risk. Remember if you see Trusted Poster, this means they are trusted commentors!

6 Comments about “Redhat Enterprise Linux v5 UPDATE 8 DVD-HOTiSO”

  1. 1. DSL Feb 25th, 2012 at 7:48 am

    Release Name: Redhat.Enterprise.Linux.v5.UPDATE.8.DVD-HOTiSO
    Size: 3.17 GB



    *Interchange Links !


  2. 2. Spoot Feb 25th, 2012 at 8:27 am

    Why would any sane person bother getting this from here? There are plenty of just as powerful linux distributions for free. The scene is starting to get really silly.

  3. 3. Scylla Feb 25th, 2012 at 8:39 am
  4. 4. Anand Trusted Poster Feb 25th, 2012 at 8:45 am
  5. 5. Spoot Feb 25th, 2012 at 11:52 am

    “Spoot,check the price list”

    Yep, fairly far from free. And it’s support that people are paying for, I doubt that Redhat will support this download in the same way as paying customers of their products.

    I am not knocking the distribution of commercial linux, it’s just I would say that Fedora would do the same job for those that don’t actually pay for it.

  6. 6. Shadowized Trusted Poster Feb 25th, 2012 at 12:00 pm

    honestly I think you guys are taking it a bit out of context, If anything its meant for testing purposes. fairly easy to grab the ISO and mount it in a VM. but yeah in general CentOS/SL is a better route unless you need the support.