Best way to switch os from Windows to Linux

Hello. We ordered two Vector workstations that have windows pre-installed. However, we would like to have a linux distribution installed instead. We are leaning toward RHEL, but Ubuntu would work for us too. Is there a procedure to do something such as this?

It is pretty straight forward on Ubuntu.

  1. For workstations, go to this takes you step-by-step through downloading, creating a USB image and installing Ubuntu.
  2. Then install Lambda Stack:
    wget -nv -O- | sh -
    sudo reboot

If you are running RHEL, just follow RedHats instructions to install RHEL
(or using Rocky or Springdale for free alternatives). And install the NVIDIA Driver, etc.
It will depend on what version of RHEL:

   # As root or with sudo
   yum install podman-docker gcc make kernel-devel yum-utils bash-completion
   yum-config-manager --add-repo
   yum-config-manager --add-repo
   yum install -y epel-release
   yum install -y dkms
   yum module install -y nvidia-driver:latest-dkms
   yum install -y nvidia-container-toolkit