wheel - 9:26 pm on Mar 9, 2005 (gmt 0)
You don't need a new machine. Use your current machine and just google on dual boot redhat. You can set your machine up so that on boot it lets you select if you want to boot into Windows or Linux. You don't need to spend any money to try it out :). I don't run redhat, but I bet that the current versions of redhat will set up the dual boot automatically for you (the distro I use does that). You need to do scandisk and a few other things on windows first, but it's nothing you can't handle.