[CentOS] Web photo gallery options

Anne Wilson cannewilson at googlemail.com
Wed Jun 24 09:36:23 UTC 2009

On Wednesday 24 June 2009 09:57:14 Sorin Srbu wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm looking for a web photo gallery for my personal web server at home.
> Till now I've done the galleries manually from Adobe Photoshop Elements,
> but I feel that is a dead end, kinda', besides the fact that the galleries
> created are rather static. I'd like an easier way to do this, eg uploading
> images in folders directly to the gallery and it will take care of what
> needs to be done automagically, like resizing etc.
> So far I've come across a project called Gallery2, that seems to do what I
> want. Downside is that no rpm-packages are available with yum with this
> one.
> What web photo gallery software do you guys use?
> My requirements are only that the software should be simple to install,
> maintain and add more photos. I'm not a pro (a newbie more like it...) when
> it comes to mysql and php, so this needs to be easy to do as well, from the
> gallery standpoint.
In the past I have made galleries with konqueror - not on centos, but with 
kde3, so I'm guessing that it works on centos.  I'm not at a centos desktop at 
the moment, so I can't check, but it should be a menu entry in konqueror.

It is, however, creating a static gallery.  It wouldn't be so easy for others 
to add photos, so may not meet your needs.

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