Sometimes you cannot find the red5 version you need, specially the 0.8 and the 1.0.2, for this reason we decided to upload to our servers these versions.
Just in case the 1.0.5 version you can also download it here.
For the installation of red5 0.8 version you can read our post how to install red5 0.8 on centos servers
To install 1.0.2 or 1.0.5 more or less is the same process. But on the red5 1.0.5 you need java 7 or java 8, you can read how to install java 8 here.
On red5 1.0.2 and 1.0.5 it is easy to restart if you upload to /etc/init.d/ this red5 restart script. Change the permissions of the file to 755.
then to restart red5 just call on ssh:
# /etc/init.d/red5 restart
If you run the below command after you setup your red5 and the restart script your server will automatically start the red5 once your server is booted
# chkconfig red5 on
Let us know if you need any help.