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Gallery

Gallery is a slick Web-based photo album written using PHP. It is easy to install, includes a config wizard, and provides users with the ability to create and maintain their own albums in the album collection via an intuitive Web interface. Photo management includes automatic thumbnail creation, image resizing, rotation, ordering, captioning and more. Albums can have read, write, and caption permissions per individual authenticated user for an additional level of privacy.

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  •  29 Jun 2013 05:15

Release Notes: A few minor security issues were resolved.

  •  02 Jun 2013 22:31

Release Notes: Small security vulnerabilities in the 3.0.7 release have been resolved. It is recommended that you upgrade ASAP.

  •  23 Apr 2013 13:52

Release Notes: Two small security vulnerabilities were fixed.

  •  20 Mar 2013 22:16

Release Notes: This is likely to be the last release in the 3.0 branch of Gallery; the next step is 3.1, with many big improvements. This release irons out a few kinks and updates a few last libraries before work stops on the 3.0.x code base. This upgrade should be fast and painless.

  •  23 Feb 2013 01:04

Release Notes: This release contains several security fixes as well as a handful of new features. The only major security issue involves someone malicious accessing a copy of Gallery 3 that is not yet installed, so if you already have Gallery 3.0.4 installed and configured, there are no known major issues. However, as always it is strongly recommended that you upgrade to the latest code.

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13 Jun 2012 14:31 Avatar stellaceriolr Thumbs up

I love this script. Nice and well photo album

22 Sep 2009 11:39 Avatar WBdesign Thumbs up

Great script, good job!

12 Nov 2008 01:22 mattsmith

Gallery on a Linksys NSLU2
I am looking at running a web photo gallery server for my family and friends on a linksys NSLU2. The NSLU2 is a home USB-NAS device that is built, as I understand it, around a 266 MHZ MB with no video card.

Is there any experience out there running Gallery on a "slug?" Is this the right piece of software or is there a better one for a low-power server such as this? Can gallery be run on a server w/o a video card? Any thoughts?

Thanks for any help--I appreciate it.

03 Oct 2008 13:13 ckdake Thumbs up

Re: installing/upgrading gallery 2.2
For support, please visit:

gallery.menalto.com/su...

> I really need a lot of help installing

> this program hopefully someone here can

> help me. Whenever I go to this website

> mango.zuiken.net/upgra...

> It says that I need to upgrade gallery

> to 2.2. I follow the instructions but I

> get stuck when it asks me to create a

> new text file called login.txt in the

> mango.zuiken.net directory on my

> webserver (that's the same directory

> where main.php is located). It must

> contain the following randomly generated

> characters:

> e3bcc6dac99a048600737c68c53012a6

>

> I have no idea what that means. I have

> to copy and paste this on my address bar

> or what?? please someone help me with

> this. Thanks

02 Oct 2008 18:18 n00bsauce

installing/upgrading gallery 2.2
I really need a lot of help installing this program hopefully someone here can help me. Whenever I go to this website mango.zuiken.net/upgra... It says that I need to upgrade gallery to 2.2. I follow the instructions but I get stuck when it asks me to create a new text file called login.txt in the mango.zuiken.net directory on my webserver (that's the same directory where main.php is located). It must contain the following randomly generated characters: e3bcc6dac99a048600737c68c53012a6

I have no idea what that means. I have to copy and paste this on my address bar or what?? please someone help me with this. Thanks

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