Yes, you need to be familiar with joomla & phpmyadmin. You should be already if you work with OScommerce and Joomla!
This component creates a new oscommerce shop within joomla, which is virtually identical to the admin of oscommerce, so you'll already be familiar with it. Once installed you import your data from your existing oscommerce store into the new joomla marvikshop. As with any shop with many products, its going to be work to tweak and reconfigure where necessary so don't expect to get away without putting any effort into it. Quite frankly, if you cannot manage to work with this then perhaps you shouldn't be trying to develop and manage your own web site, let alone an ecommerce site.
This component is short on documentation, but then I find most components this complicated are - because the developers put all their effort into the component itself and keeping up with improvement requests. The price paid for this is peanuts compared to the effort this developer has put into making it. Thank you Marvikshop!
The beta version as of today's date is different from the stable version, it has the ability to send the content directly to the other site server!
I wrote to the developer after an issue installing and working with the stable version and had a reply back within the hour. Following his instructions to install the beta and read the documentation on his web site was all I needed to get going. Works a charm, what a fantastic tool for moving content to a new installation or onto a new server! This deserves awards and donations for it is going to save anyone who uses it a great, great deal of time.
Using Joomla 1.5.8 native
Thanks for reporting the bug you found. As you said, it's fixed in the new version (0.1.3). If no-one comes with any more major bugs, Modules in Content will probably be stable soon.
Thank you for your comments.
Version 1.5rc2 has been released. This version will display all (or any number) of quotes on one page as content.Please download new version
I installed a number of other category list creating extensions, to be used with another extension (Modules in Content) which would allow placing a module in the content of a page. None of the others worked when placed within the tags, but this one did! They both work beautifully together, allowing me to create a list from a category to place on the page content without having to create a lengthy submenu.