I'm not super familiar with fedora, but you need to check your ports.conf file, it's in /etc/apache2/ for ubuntu, not sure where yours is. In that file it should say this:
Or something like
Don't bind to a specific IP unless you know what you're doing.
If you need to find files fast, install a tool called "locate"; then, as root, do a "sudo updatedb".
That will make a database of all the files on your linux box to search quickly. Then you just do a "locate file" and it comes right back. Very
useful for the n00b. I use is all the time.
Also, check out a virtual appliance called Ubuntu JeOS. You can find the link off of VMWare's site. It's a fully operational Ubuntu server already setupo inside a VMWare container, all ready to go and the webserver is all setup. It does not have a GUI installed and that helps keep the file size small, but you can always install it if you want it. (sudo apt-get install ubuntu-desktop)