Standard Redhat install, needs someone to login setup and lock down. More detail requirement will be posted in the message area. You will have to setup - mysql, apache, several ips and so several directories, FTP, htaccess, htpassword, PHP, perl, CGI, Admin packages, 2 X stats for each website AWS and webaliser, Webmin, purchased scripts on link popularity, firewall. a mail server, secure CGI scripts to added to mail out list. Setup a purchased TPG script, another app that users anon servers. Different domain name for non members and member area. ie. .com and .info , PHP message boards setup for different ips, maybe for different Domain names. Then hang around and help with 3rd party billing config. Maybe one system needs to have a script so both billers can work at the same time. Then do something with ipchains to make things safe. Give advise on removal of some unneeded daemons. Perhaps help with some redirection scripts. Advise on whether Cpanel is needed or webadmin is okay/WHM. Need to have an opinion on whether is worth increasing the swap disk size. Need have an opinion on some PHP modules. Not sure if I need to give you root password or admin password and setup sudo so you can perform necessary info, so you need an opinion on that. May want to setup a name server at a later date so need an opinion on that in general . So you need to have setup RH boxes before, know SSH. Hopefully you are someone that can be called upon to admin from time to time, so best if you are part of a company, but hell if i like you and you are nice and always available to contact , whatever. Maybe setup smarterscripts as a search engine (at a later date?)....so multiple mysql will be necessary down the track Is going to be an adult site, my very first, so must not be offended, but not that you should be looking anyway :') Your rapid setup experience will be great but You gotta give me time of day, let me double check everything, communicate. I have found some people cannot even bind empty ports that apache had allocated and site has crashed for an ip request, so lets get it right.