I have a huge interest in creating a website to showcase the variety of media projects I have done recently and not so recently. I have a question regarding setting up a server on a Mac, though. The Mac I currently use is a DC2 Intel iMac G5, 3.06 ghz. I upgraded from my 2002 G4 17" iMac running at 1 ghz with an 80 gb hard drive, airport express card, and 768 mb of RAM. I believe the G4 computer is running the Tiger OS. I am definitely not interested in paying the extra money for an external hosting solution (such as BlueHost) for the website I am creating, so I thought of using my old G4 iMac as a hosting server. I am not sure how to go about this, though, or even if the specs are decent enough to warrant using this iMac as a server in the first place. The goal of this site is to showcase several gigs' worth of movies and music (personal projects that are not tied with any legal ramifications), so it's only for personal use. Due to the fact that this is a hobby site and not a business site, you can see why I would not be excited to pay the $7 or so per month for someone else to host my data, especially when that data usually comes with limits. So first, does my G4 iMac have the specs capable of becoming my site's server? And secondly, is there any shareware/freeware software available that I should keep in mind for setting up a second computer as a server? Obviously there is OS X server, but $499 is pretty steep. Networking is an area I have never fully understood so any help with how to set up this computer as a server would be greatly appreciated.