Installing SuSE 10 is very straightforward and you really don't need any step-by-step instructions. Just pop CD1 (of the DVD version if that is what you have) into your CD drive and reboot the machine. You will get an install wizard that walks you through the process, offering default choices that will work well for you. If you can install Microsoft Windows, you can install SuSE 10. Red Hat is also very easy, although its wizard (naturally) looks different. Again, if you can install Microsoft Windows, you can install Red Hat.
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