I want to offer free PHPNuke/Postnuke sites with banners. I want to avoid the security issues with FTP by allowing uploads. A sort of simple Geocities type script but mainly for PHPNuke/Postnuke sites.
1. This script should install PHPnuke and Postnuke.
2. Include a file manager of some type that allows users to upload multiple files for uploading themes, modules etc.
3. It should also have some sort of forced banners as in a free hosting service.
[url removed, login to view] site should be installed into its own subdirectory or subdomain.
There may be 3rd party solutions that might help with the development of your script. I think there is an Apache solution for forcing banners onto PHP files but I'm not sure, there are of course free hosting scripts. Feel free to work with any existing modules/scripts that already exist. If such a solution already exists and you find it, even though you don't do any coding you will still be compensated.
There are already autoinstallers for the Nuke scripts like Cpanels Fantastico. I have the Fantastico source files for you if that will help. There is a site [url removed, login to view] that has an installer. I am looking to improve on that.
Alternative 2. No installation of the CMS at all. The administrator can do that with the Fantastico autoinstaller. The user could sign up and create their account in their subdomain but gets a welcome page and waits for the administrator to install the script. In this scenario the user still needs file upload access with permissions writing.
Be free to make suggestions on what security issues I need to be aware of because that is very important.
1) Complete and fully-functional working script as well as complete source code of all work done.
2) Exclusive and complete copyrights to all work purchased. No GPL, 3rd party components, etc. unless all copyright ramifications are explained AND AGREED TO by the buyer on the site).
This my current setup but I will need the script to be updated as needed.
Operating system Linux
Kernel version: [url removed, login to view]
Apache version [url removed, login to view] (Unix)
PERL version 5.8.1
PHP version 4.3.3
MySQL version 4.0.15-standard