Well, I would recommend you apt-get and synapitic
. They are some tools which allows you to see all the programs you have installed into your machine (Or not ) with a full descripition where they are located and what they do. Besides it, you can thru them, even update your distro. Go into :
And download apt-get to your Redhat. Then login as root and install it:
(This is an example only, your number might be different).
rpm -ivh apt-0.5.5cnc5-fr2.i386.rpm
Done with it, type this to update your distro and apt-get:
Then all left, is to get synaptic, the graphical gui for apt-get. Type this:
apt-get install synaptic
That's it. If you are using a Win X as Gnome, you should find synaptic at >> system settings >> synaptic or simply typeing "synaptic" at the command line.
The program is very simple to understand. Click at any option there (such as internet, games, emulators) and see what you need, read what it does then install it
. It will automaticaly download the software needed, create the dependancies and install it for you
Hope it helps
It's a great tool