Support for phpBB2 ended years ago.
You can add any logo you like to the software.
Yes there are several options to change the password complexity levels.
If you mean running it on your own computer, that is highly inadvisable. Hosting is very cheap. Buy a domain name and shared hosting and you'll be fine with whatever the hosting company provides.
yeah, i plan to use an hosting. I found a cheap hosting with 1GB of ram, so i wanted to know if it's enought
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yes, it's the reason why we are going to pay for hosting, this way we'll be able to export the database if there are problems with the hosting. Free service usually don't allow export/backups, and in long term it's a big issue.
yeah, it's what i'm going to do.
Do not use hosts "one click" installs. These types of installs use modified phpBB files and as such nobody here knows what has changed so if/when you have a problem providing support is difficult to impossible. Also some one click installs have some features removed.
Anything that complies with the requirements for running phpBB
The operating system should not be a problem if you can install what you need to run a web server. That being said, unless you're using a VPS, the hosting provider usually does not allow you to choose a distro.
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