Because of the long holiday weekend, I'm planning on dedicating some long hours this next week to coding the nanix ghost media center project. The plan is to add some PHP/MySQL web applications to the project. This will allow users to remotely administer the settings in Nanix Ghost, add rss streams, etc from a Linux or windows machine. The only problem with this might cause some problems in depandencies. The user would need to have installed Apache, the Apache-php-mod, PHP5, and PHP-MySql along with all of the previous dependancies. This might make setting up the nanix ghost front-end very troublesome. Would you rather see more internal configuration of settings inside Nanix Ghost itself and forget the remote PHP/MySQL thing? Or would you spend the extra minute and setup remote admin?

Let me know what you think is best...