On 2004-07-01, Lon Ponschock < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > sputtered:
You may want to look into something from an earlier era. If you _want_
it to be Redhat:
You might even need to go back a little further than that, say around
5.0 to 6.0 region. I'm not sure. But I think 7.0 should work.
There are others on the Planet Mirror site as well. Just poke around
some to see what you come up with. You should be able to run stuff with
the 2.2.X or 2.0.X series kernels without too much trouble.
Here's one you can buy (requirements at bottom):
Here's a recent version that says it'll work:
In fact, that one is listed in the following link. Most of them are
recently released/updated, too. There are others that may work there,
and you just need to follow the links to see if something is suitable:
Linux: Because you can!