How to’s written for the following operating systems will help you out:
- RHEL 6
- CentOS 6
- Scientific Linux 6
- Fedora versions 12 and 13 (these are not the latest versions and as far I can see there is hardly support for these versions)
Fedora is a free distribution sponsored by Red Hat and basically Fedora is used as a playground for Red Hat developers (and others). Stuff that works and is succesful in Fedora is appearantly implemented in RHEL. Why Fedora versions 12 and 13 are based on RHEL 6 and the later versions aren’t I wouldn’t know, I got that intel it from here.
Red Hat has a product documentation page, which can be quite overwhelming for a newb From that page I would recommend to take a look at the installation guide and the deployment guide, both guides are available in pdf. If you have beginners questions I suggest you look in one of these first, the installation guide answered some of my questions