Need *extremely* newb-friendly walkthrough on server setup
While working on a machine for some friends, they offered me one of their old boxes. I took it, and as it turns out, the processor is faster than my current computer. Anyways, I spent a few hours screwing with settings in SuSE 9.1 and got it pretty stable (I have 128 megs of RAM, so stability is limited) before my sound card blew up. I've since installed Fedora Core 2 with all the server packages checked during installation. I want to use this box as a web server for hosting pics and videos. The problems are that I have a.) no idea how to set it up and b.) nobody else I know runs Linux.
I'm somewhat familiar with Linux after running various distros over the last year, but Fedora is pretty new to me and this server thing is completely beyond my comprehension at this point. I need a pretty basic walkthrough (using as few terminal commands and as many GUI commands as possible) on how to successfully set this sucker up. It will be on my home LAN, so it needs to be fairly secure, but I'm not expecting a lot of requests.
I really, really don't want to have to run Win 2k Server, but if I can't get this running, then Microsoft it is.
Any help is much appreciated. Thanks.