I have a fully working home web server on Fedora 15, here it is: http://220.127.116.11/
I want to have my domain which is on Name.com to be used for my home web server, how can I accomplish this?
You need to register the domain and then change the DNS records to point to that ip address. Is it static or dynamic?
Free alternative: open an account with dyndns.org and you can select from ~20 domains and have a your domain.theirdomain.com
For Example: In GoDaddy, I have a domain.me. I want to point this to my home IP address 74.x.x.x. I registered my domain.me address and now I can edit the DNS to point www.domain.me to 74.x.x.x
If your ip address is static, its a simple matter of going to your registrar's config page and setting an A record for your ip address.
If its a dynamic ip address, and your provider dosen't support dynamic dns, i'd suggest using zoneedit to handle your dns - its free for up to two DNS zones, and allows you to use dynamic dns clients.