[CentOS] Web photo gallery options

Sorin Srbu sorin.srbu at orgfarm.uu.se
Thu Jun 25 08:47:33 UTC 2009

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>From: centos-bounces at centos.org [mailto:centos-bounces at centos.org] On
>Of Bart Schaefer
>Sent: Wednesday, June 24, 2009 11:59 PM
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>Subject: Re: [CentOS] Web photo gallery options
>On Wed, Jun 24, 2009 at 9:09 AM, nate <centos at linuxpowered.net> wrote:
>> Sorin Srbu wrote:
>> > 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...)
>> > it comes to mysql and php, so this needs to be easy to do as well, from
>> > gallery standpoint.
>> I like gallery v1 myself and have used it for years. I tried gallery
>> v2 but it was too complicated to use(and hated the themes it came with
>> I just wanted something plain), I just wanted something
>> simple. It doesn't use a (SQL) DB, it does do auto resizing of
>> pictures when you upload them.
>Does anyone know of something REALLY simple?  As in, using nothing but
>a directory hierarchy, CSS, and possibly some Javascript?
>I don't want a web-browser upload interface, I don't want server-side
>image resizing or rotating, and I don't want to care what server-side
>software is available (particularly not a database).  I just want to
>drop some images on dumb web host and be able to look at them without
>having to explicitly follow a separate URL for every image -- or drop
>a couple of extra files in a directory full of images on my disk and
>hit a file:// URL to see them all.

Vi and some manual coding? ;-)

Seriously, if you just want to have them available, just drop the files in a
folder and allow directory listing on that folder. See
if that is what you mean?
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