I am trying to get RedHat linux setup on Virtual Server 2005, however Microsoft states that the versions of RedHat that are compatible are
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 2.1 (update 6)
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3.0 (update 6)
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4.0
Red Hat Linux 7.3
Red Hat Linux 9.0
Now I think the "enterprise" ones are the pay versions of redhat, but how about the 7.3 and 9.0 versions. In my searches around the web, it appears that even version 9 is rather old??
I would try a newer build, or even fedora, but the Virtual Machines additions drivers are only stated to work with the given versions above. The additions drivers boost the guest OS performance in a virtual machine, and are really NEEDED to make using the guest OS a decent experience.
So I found this archive link. Does this look like it would be what I need?
Also what is the newest version of RedHat that is available? I know fedora core is version 6, but fedora and redhat are technically 2 different things right?