If you are using RHEL and are paying for it then you can contact the Red Hat support to help you with your problem. If you have not paid for Red Hat then you should not be using it. You can try CentOS instead and then be able to install the packages you are looking for.
And please do not use subjects like "Help me!!!!!" This is not informative and will not get you help any faster. Indeed, it will slow things down for you. "How do I install xv-3.10a-37 in RHEL" would be a much better subject.
Last edited by jdkaye; 06-26-2014 at 06:28 AM.