Hello, I have to re-install the basking light fixture in my savannah monitor enclosure because the sockets weren't paired with mounting/celing boxes or grounded. However, since this has to be done over again, I now have to do it by myself. It seems straightforward, but I want to be sure it's done correctly. Let me know if I'm doing this wrong: So I have what I believe to be keyless porcelain sockets. These sockets are not grounded. There are two. I purchased these ceiling boxes to pair with the sockets. Wiring: I have the "hot" wire (black) connected to the brass screw on the socket, and the neutral wire (white) connected to the silver screw. The socket connects to the ceiling box via screws, then the ceiling box attaches to the enclosure. I am mounting everything directly to inside, nothing is inset. Do I remove these (pink 'X') perforated spots to feed the wires through? What can I use to break the perforations? How do I ground the box? I have a green wire for ground I was going to attach here (green) with this green screw. After I attach the ground wire, I need to feed it out of the enclosure with the black and white wires. To what do I literally attach the green wire to ground it? This enclosure is not wired into the circuit of my home. I am planning on plugging the enclosure into a nearby socket via a cord. The only lights in the enclosure are two 4 foot fluorescent bulbs and two 45 watt incandescent bulbs. The fluorescent bulbs are regulated by an electronic ballast.