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The short answer is yes, but keep this into considerations, RedHat is based on Fedora, but not in one specific Fedora version, they normally take two versions of Fedora, additional you will find some Features that already exists on Fedora but they are not in RedHat, for instance systemd is on both, but RedHat still uses Yum instead of DNF. One think is for sure if you use for Fedora for several version and start using RedHat you will be like fish in the water.

Hope this help.

The short answer is yes, but keep this into considerations, RedHat is based on Fedora, but not in one specific Fedora version, they normally take two versions of Fedora, additional you will find some Features that already exists on Fedora but they are not in RedHat, for instance systemd is on both, but RedHat still uses Yum instead of DNF. One think is for sure if you use for Fedora for several version and start using RedHat you will be like fish in the water.

Hope this help.