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I have downloaded Redhat Linux Enterprise version 6.2 ISO and installed it. It’s running fine and everything looks ok; however I mounted the ISO to look for the kernel-source, or src rpm and I cannot seem to find it. I find the devel rpm but not the source. I also cannot seem to find it via my Redhat customer portal account online searching channels, etc.

The kernel version of the Redhat enterprise version I downloaded and have running is: 2.6.32-220.. I have found an site, and I can get any kernel version from; however I would prefer to get the exact kernel used by my Redhat enterprise 6.2 distribution. I thought it was on the media, the ISO but it wasn’t.

Does anyone know where it is?

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I edited your question, please check the formating before submitting a question. If you don't like the changes feel free to revert or edit it again. – Baarn Jul 8 '12 at 16:35

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