[CentOS] Web photo gallery options

Les Mikesell lesmikesell at gmail.com
Thu Jun 25 15:54:33 UTC 2009

Sorin Srbu wrote:
>>>>> It doesn't have to be available in a rpm-package, just available from
>>> yum.
>>>> Errr, yum doesn't know about anything but rpms.
>>> Yupp, that's what I was trying to say but failed. 8-} I prefer either a
>>> rpm-package to install from or something available via yum. Gallery2 is a
>>> tar.gz-packagge.
>> If you want something even easier for personal use there are inexpensive
>> network file server appliances with built in media and web services so
>> you just dump stuff in a mounted directory and it's available. For
>> example: http://www.synology.com/enu/products/DS209j/index.php
> Seems like I also did not mention it must be free, as in not costing
> anything. 8-)
> Though I dream of a six-disk NAS filled with 1TB-drives... 8-/

The point of these devices is that the cost ends up being negative 
compared to running stuff on a full-featured computer powered up all the 
time.  Plus, they integrate the media server, so upnp/DLNA clients like 
the PS3/Xbox360 and an increasing number of network-connected TV's can 
view the same pictures with their built in protocol without yet another 

   Les Mikesell
    lesmikesell at gmail.com

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