You sound like you want to build your own distro.
Start with http://www.tldp.org/LDP/lfs/html/
I will not offer any comparison between Suse, Redhat and others since... you can do that already. I can't add to what fodder you'll find out on the net already. But Linux from Scratch is for those that are seeking some version they didn't find ready to use.
Which Linux is better, and what are the features of each?
The Linux I want, I don't want to pay for. And as the Debian website, it said by free they mean freedom, not free. I thought about it. Then I got confused. I want a free Linux OS, free as in, at no cost in money. Just incase there are Linuxes made for certain type of systems, which I dont know because the websites are confusing about Linux, I will provide some details.
System Number 1:
Bought in 2005
Proccessor: AMD Athlon 64
Windows XP Home W/ SP2
RAM: 1 GIG w/ Shared Video Card (128 MEG)
Dial-Up ( I know it would be like visiting hell to download any linux on a dial-up connection, so I decided to go to a friend's house, who's internet speed is 54 Mbps, not sure what type of connection, and I plan to take a few CD(s) or DVD(s) w/me.
Speed 2.4 Ghz
System Number 2
90 something RAM
about 500 Mhz speed
Windows 2000 Pro NT
Even though I want a Linux with the most features, the main ones I want are to set-up my own e-mail server, web hosting server, and domain server. If these are not possible, its OK, because I think Apache can do that.
It is OK if my stuff wont be up 24/7 and if its slow. I am just a starter
And if doing these things is only possible by getting a server, which I dont want, is ther an alternate?
Anyways, I am a newbie, and a 13 year old. <- Hey, dont judge a person by it's age.
Thank you for spending your time reading this. I hope I cam get a reply.