I'm about to figure out the vhost file for Jamroom. Jamroom is one of the best CMSs in my opinion. The script is over 12 years old and has a development team which is one of the best I've seen. They've recently released Jamroom v5 which was a total re-write of the codebase. Cross Posted on Jamroom.net Jamroom And Nginx Centmin Mod LEMP Stack - The Jamroom Network | Jamroom Main Site: Community Web Content Management System | Jamroom Documentation: Documentation - The Jamroom Network | Jamroom Modules: Jamroom 5 Modules | Jamroom CUSTOM CONFIG FILE FOR CENTMINMOD JAMROOM HERE Jamroom 5+ Nginx configuration file for use with Centminmod. · GitHub Some of the things I like about Jamroom: 1. Modular. You can create a module for just about anything you want. 2. Documentation: They've taken the time to write good docs and provide excellent info videos. 3. Mobile backend / front-end: I haven't found many scripts which have modules for entire mobile back-ends - Jamroom has it. Proxima | Jamroom 4. Cloud: Need to scale your install over 2, 5, 25, 2000 servers, you can do it easily with Jamroom. Jamroom Cloud | Jamroom 5. Profile Domains: map domain names to specific profiles in your Jamroom. 6. Modules for just about everything: forum, store, support center, documentation, audio, video, etc. Since everything is modular, it's easy to create a new features by creating a new modules based on an existing module. 7. Smarty. 8. Updates: Update the entire script remotely from the backend of your site (or upload) your choice. 9. FREE. Yup, the core is free. Tons of modules are FREE. There are paid modules, but you can get up and running with pretty much the free stuff. Excellent support. They are always willing to answer even the dumbest questions and not make you feel like an idiot for asking the question. Check it out, I don't work for them, but I'm a big fan. Once I get the vhost file finished, I'll post it here. They run all Apache but are looking forward to someone testing Jamroom out on Nginx.