I want to use phpnuke when I switch to powweb and it says you have to have:
A Linux Box (http://www.linux.com) Installed and working properly.
Apache Web Server (http://www.apache.org)
PHP3 or PHP4 (mod_php) Apache module (http://www.php.net)
MySQL database server (http://www.mysql.com)
I know u have all of them, but curious about the apache. Do u run that?
11-12-01, 08:52 AM
Yeah they do... at least I'm pretty sure of it.
11-23-01, 02:43 AM
whats phpnuke? just wondering
Yes, we are currently running v1.3.20 of Apache on all our servers.
11-24-01, 08:47 AM
PHP-Nuke is a Web Portal System, storytelling software, News system, online community or whatever you want to call it. The goal of PHP-Nuke is to have an automated web site to distribute news and articles with users system. Each user can submit comments to discuss the articles, just similar to Slashdot and many others. Main features include: web based admin, surveys, top page, access stats page with counter, user customizable box, themes manager for registered users, friendly administration GUI with graphic topic manager, option to edit or delete stories, option to delete comments, moderation system, Referers page to know who link us, sections manager, customizable HTML blocks, user and authors edit, an integrated Banners Ads system, search engine, backend/headlines generation (RSS/RDF format), and many, many more friendly functions. PHP-Nuke is written 100% in PHP and requires Apache Web server, PHP and MySQL. Support for 22 languages, Yahoo like search engine, Comments option in Polls, more than 43 themes, Ephemerids manager, File Manager, Headlines, download manager, faq manager, advanced blocks systems, reviews system, categorized articles, multilanguage content management and a lot more.
Trust me, this is only for new people who dont know html, in phpnuke you have a control pannel, by which you can chage all the settings, so once uploaded you need not go to FTP
Yes php-nuke will work in PowWeb ;)
12-6-01, 01:57 PM
I am not quite sure but isn't PowWeb running with the CGI and not with the mod_php version?
That would mean heavy modifications on phpnuke to make it work here, no? :)
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