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balamm
 
 


Joined: 23 Apr 2004
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 05, 2004 1:59 am Reply with quoteBack to top

I don't know if you're cool with this Mancini, but I've put together a module for apache2triad to install some pretty popular sites. They're all preinstalled, preconfigured, ready to log in.

Of course they're set up with the default Apache2Triad username and password so they'll have to go into a fresh install. Wink

http://wenpigsfly.galacvalley.com/extreme/index.php?act=Attach&type=post&id=348

I've got a fud forum module available as well and more are coming as I get time.

This build comes with:

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catalog
oscommerce, a complete opensource ecommerce website
Apache2Triad can be run in SSL with this site for secure transactions

cpg
Coppermine Photo Gallery
An excellent gallery, completely opensource.
Resize images, add guest accounts, ratings, etc

extreme
Your personal site space with uploader and file manager

hail
A PHP hotmail client
Send and recieve emails without visiting msn

ipfm
admin
upload files, manage files, add users with quotas.
Manage your EXTREME site from this script.

mahc
MAHC Chat
Chat engine with multiple rooms

mambo
Mambo opensource portal (CMS)

phpBB
Preconfigured forum with over 30 skins already installed.
Just add members!

phpform
PHPform generator
Saves time when you have large or complex forms to create for your webpages

phpnuke
A popular opensource portal (CMS)

PostNuke
Another popular opensource portal (CMS)

spaw
A web based wysiwyg editor


zina
Music website allowing streaming and more.
Just add your mp3's and edit the text files.
This directory is password protected.
You should create user accounts if you want to allow access to your music online.


I'll take any suggestions for additions or modules too.
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Vlad Alexa Mancini
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Joined: 07 Jul 2003
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 05, 2004 3:27 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

yes i know about your a2t extreme , and i am ok with it unless you misconfigure the settings

i downloaded it some days ago but i havent tested it yet

this is all for now
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Criminal
 
 


Joined: 28 Apr 2004
Posts: 72

PostPosted: Sat Jun 05, 2004 9:16 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

I cant seem to get to that site.... any suggestions?
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kolatracks
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 05, 2004 10:47 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

Criminal wrote:
I cant seem to get to that site.... any suggestions?

http://wenpigsfly.galacvalley.com/ The above link is a direct link to the download. There seems to be a few different sites but the link I posted seems to be the most updated.

@balamm
I too haven't installed and tested, but I did take a quick look. And I have one suggestion. Maybe you could remove the msql database from the sql data, and also remove the default stuff from htdocs (apache2cp, phpxmail etc).

There's 2 reasons I make this suggestion, firstly, it would make things impossible for you to 'break' and as such there wouldn't be a worry about you distributing a2t-extreme I presume.
And secondly, it also means that the packages in a2t-extreme would work on any version of a2t. As it is now, someone could accidentally overwrite their apach2cp directory, as an example, with an older/newer version which could cause problems. This could easily happen between realeases.
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balamm
 
 


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 06, 2004 3:27 am Reply with quoteBack to top

I have trimmed it down to just the additional sites now.

(My host was a bit concerned by the bandwidth usage. )

It'll install the additional sites into htdocs, and installs the data into the data folder now. So nothing should be overwritten.

And there's an option to change paths on extraction.

This whole package was sponsored by my host but It looks like it's getting a bit too popular for that now, 250 to 1000mb a day!!

So I may move it to sourceforge and remove the sponsorship.
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Criminal
 
 


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 06, 2004 11:20 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

Hey can u like upload it to sourceforge? Or like give us the links for these things you used? Because i want to check them out...

Code:
catalog
oscommerce, a complete opensource ecommerce website
Apache2Triad can be run in SSL with this site for secure transactions

cpg
Coppermine Photo Gallery
An excellent gallery, completely opensource.
Resize images, add guest accounts, ratings, etc

extreme
Your personal site space with uploader and file manager

hail
A PHP hotmail client
Send and recieve emails without visiting msn

ipfm
admin
upload files, manage files, add users with quotas.
Manage your EXTREME site from this script.

mahc
MAHC Chat
Chat engine with multiple rooms

mambo
Mambo opensource portal (CMS)

phpBB
Preconfigured forum with over 30 skins already installed.
Just add members!

phpform
PHPform generator
Saves time when you have large or complex forms to create for your webpages

phpnuke
A popular opensource portal (CMS)

PostNuke
Another popular opensource portal (CMS)

spaw
A web based wysiwyg editor


zina
Music website allowing streaming and more.
Just add your mp3's and edit the text files.
This directory is password protected.
You should create user accounts if you want to allow access to your music online.


AND I CAN NOT REGISTER @ UR SITE IT WONT SHOW UP THE SECURITY CODE...
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balamm
 
 


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 07, 2004 12:31 am Reply with quoteBack to top

hmmm could be a GD2 problem. I haven't really tested that yet on that host. I'll disable that security code thing anyway, never liked that stuff.

Mancini and I are talking about the sourceforge idea. If it works out, I'll have a whole new package ready within a week or 2. With full documentation.
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balamm
 
 


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 10, 2004 8:01 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

Apache2TriadExt (Apache2Triad EXTREME) will be released on sourceforge through the Apache2Triad site within the next week. There's several options included for managing both webspace and users.

If you want the easiest, and in my opinion the best, script to use, download and install Invision Power File Manager.
It won't be included in the package as it isn't open source.

The next best thing at the moment is bytehoard

zpanel won't be a part of this package or any package from me in the forseeable future. I'd suggest the developer move it back to the alpha stage or at least beta. It's really that bad.


At this point, very early in the build process, this is what has already been installed, tested, and debugged. There's a lot of work left to do on the documentation and indexes but it's currently 10mb fully compressed with quite a few more scripts and sites coming before it's completed.

If you have any suggestions for additional sites or software, now is the time to make them.
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LiquidSnake
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 10, 2004 8:18 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

You have added several programs of the same type:

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phpnuke - Popular portal (CMS)
PostNuke - Popular portal (CMS)
mambo - An excellent CMS

FUD - A very advanced forum system
phpBB - Popular opensource forum with a large number of preinstalled themes


Why not just focus on one?

Also, PostNuke has a phpBB module (PNphpBB) that can use same database, IE the users of the site are also users of the forum.. VS. having 2 users for each, but i think phpNuke has a built in forum..
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balamm
 
 


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 10, 2004 9:00 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

Why just focus on one?

The point is to have a complete package with all the best software ready to run.

If you don't like one, don't use it, uninstall it, the choice is yours.

I don't think the forum modules are installed or activated in postnuke or phpnuke. If they are I'll configure them. If not, that'll be up to the end user.
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LiquidSnake
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 11, 2004 3:03 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

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Why just focus on one?


well .. seems phpnuke has quite a few security issues

http://nukecops.com/forums.html

as compared to the last security advisory for postnuke april 21, 2004

http://news.postnuke.com/modules.php?op=modload&name=News&file=article&sid=2581

Also just focusing on one of each you could spend more time on particular issues, such as security, VS having to deal with all specifics, which could become overwhelming i must say.
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balamm
 
 


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PostPosted: Fri Jun 11, 2004 8:49 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

LiquidSnake wrote:
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Why just focus on one?


well .. seems phpnuke has quite a few security issues

http://nukecops.com/forums.html

as compared to the last security advisory for postnuke april 21, 2004

http://news.postnuke.com/modules.php?op=modload&name=News&file=article&sid=2581

Also just focusing on one of each you could spend more time on particular issues, such as security, VS having to deal with all specifics, which could become overwhelming i must say.


I have no interest in taking on the redevelopment of any particular site though.

If there are security concerns, those will be noted in the README files. If there are patches available, those will be installed before it's released.

I can't and won't police every install, every developer, every user.

It's up to the individual to read any warnings and use the proper precautions when using any software that allows connections between their system and any other system.

Like I said before, the choice is yours. If you don't want a particular site or script, delete it. It won't have any effect on the rest of the package.

My goal is simply to provide the best selection of working, ready to run programs with as much of it preconfigured as possible.
That doesn't excuse the end user from doing the final work of familiarizing themselves with all setup and security issues.

All the original DOCS will be in place and there will be no excuse for not referring to them.
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