Well welcome to Linux!!!
FYI: RHL6 is really really old and has not been supported for many years you should remove it. If you really mean fedora Core 6 then this is OK to keep. Red Hat and Fedora Core while related are not quite the same, please try and use the proper name. RHL6 was released back in 1999 which is why the suggestion to remove. A number of years ago Red Hat made a decision to become an enterprise only house instead of being one that supplied both freely available and purchased (support mostly) version and Fedora Core was 'born' as a result. With the 'birth' of Fedora core the version numbering started (all over again) at one (FC1).
A (very) short version linage:
Freely available: RHL6/6.1/6.2/7/7.1/7.2/8.0/9.0/FC1/2/3/4/5/6/7(soon)
Subscription version; RHEL/2.1/3/4/5(the newest release)
RHL == Red Hat Linux, FC == Fedora Core, RHEL == Red Hat Enterprise Linux
Yes, Linux is not Windows, but just like Windows one starts the learning process and getting used to working with Linux one step at a time. You did not know how to use all the features and appliations of Windows in a day or week, the same holds true for Linux. Just take the time and learn, ask questions when you need to and please read as much as you can. Over a period of time you will become used to running Linux and wonder why you did not try Linux years ago.
Last edited by Lenard; 04-28-2007 at 12:57 PM.