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You can find a lot of Linux ported on Sparc on Internet, but RedHat dropped RHEL support many years ago.
I can't cache you answer. Please advise more detail !
You can obtain more details here : http://tldp.org/HOWTO/SPARC-HOWTO.html
But most of these distributions are not more maintained.
Red Hat dropped support for the Sun Microsystem's Sparc chips platform already in 2000.
You may have more luck with Debian http://www.debian.org/ports/sparc/ or Slackware for Sparc http://www.splack.org/.
To the link you advised. I found that Sparc still support in Red Hat.
12.5 RedHat Linux.
The latest RedHat Linux distribution for the SPARC architecture is the 6.2; you can download it at http://www.linuxiso.org/download.php/243/zoot-sparc.iso for example.
There exists a mailing list about Linux and RedHat on SPARC Processors, you can access it there: http://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/sparc-list
The ISO you can find in Internet is an old version of RedHat Linux and the product himself reaches the EOSL at March 31, 2003.
You can still use it, but in unsupported mode.