Am 25.10.2010 23:13, schrieb Andrea Pescetti:
Benjamin Horst wrote:
we'd need to set up a separate demo site on someone else's hosting
account, because no one else has access to the filesystem on his
And, for those not knowing Drupal, access to the filesystem is a
prerequisite for installing modules, something I probably should have
mentioned as a further explanation in my latest message
Hi Ben, Andrea, *
indeed it was not that clear to /me though I've tried hard to follow
this thread ... Actually I was wondering why no one would do what we
were talking about so long, anyway -
take it just as a technical clarification.
It is clear now and I'm really curious at last what drupal could do for
us, "once it is set up properly" ;-)
So go ahead and set it up properly - I'm going to provide a user account
on my webserver for this purpose but I'd really prefer to see a couple
of reliable people administering this webspace and the demo - for I am
not going to do it myself.
Are you willing to do it?
You will have ssl, ftp access (no ssh) and mysql databases, the webspace
interface is the quite common Direct Admin cp.
The server is running on suhosin (supersecure) and no 777 is allowed.
Installing and running Drupal is no problem, I did it on another account
to check if the requirements were met - but I do not have the leisure
time to learn it from scratch...
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