Very nice job Peter
I did an install of the WordPress App and all went really well. I did have a little glitch when I attempted to configure the alias with a wild card '*.example.com', getting an invalid DNS name as a message. Changed the WordPress folder location then it accepted the wildcard for the alias, that does not make any sense to me, might just be a glitch on my part.
I like the integration with Flexshare, never had a chance to use Flexshare before that is a cool service. I also like the fact that you choose WordPress version 3.8.1, will make the integration of older Themes template easier.
I do have a few questions:
Once thing that I did change in the configuration is to move the WordPress to MySQL. But I am attempting to understand why you have a hard coded link to the WordPress System MySQL instance in the WordPress Webconfig page? Also Logged in ? Security ?
Another question my assumption is that you will leave the Upgrades of WordPress to the Owners of the ClearOS boxes, or did you have other plans? Why I ask is WordPress can be upgraded from its admin users, would not be cool if CLearOS clobbered an upgrade made by the admin of WordPress
I am curious on how you are going to implement the WordPress to be accessible by the root location of the Web Server in the Flexshare context, without breaking Flexshare. In theory the concept should be able to be implemented by any Flexshare? For now I am just thinking of implementing a .access redirect directive to not break the functionality of Flexshare. Any other suggestions?
I am not sure I understand exactly what you are attempting to accomplish and I may not understand all the specifications to accomplish your goals.
To me It looks like you would need to introduce VLAN's to your infrastructure. Example you would run a Trunk or at least tagged LAN's between the WIFI AP and your COS box. From the COS perspective it should be able to handle VLAN's, but your AP's will also have to be capable of handling a VLAN's ?
COS <==> AP <--> WAN <--> What kind of Modem ?? (wifi bridge)
| <--> LAN1
| <--> LAN2