I believe that someone with a real, paid, subscription to RHEL3AS could get the SRPMS and give them to White Box per the GPL.
Having bought one ES version of RHEL3, I must say that I am disappointed to discover that they have dropped support for ISA sound cards and have left off many *-devel RPMs that some might consider essential: e.g., sendmail-devel for actually being able to use the milter capability compiled into the sendmail RPM. I'm just guessing that Red Hat did that to keep the release at four discs. I can't imagine Enterprise computing without an anti-virus milter support!
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