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The old Redhat Linux was discontinued by Redhat (including support and updates) a few years ago and the last versions was 9. It was replaced by Fedora Core and Redhat Enterprise Linux (RHEL). The latest Fedora Core version is 5 and the latest version of Redhat Enterprise Linux is 4.x. I am not sure if RH9 was enterprise class, but RHEL 2.x was based on Redhat 9.