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October 03, 2007, at 06:31 PM by fcarolo -- removed false wikilinks
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I installed Gallery2 on Unslung 6.8 beta with Apache2, PHP, MySQL? on the slug and Gallery Remote on an Windows 2000 PC. I used the MediaWiki for Unslung as a starting point. Got it to work after a while. Pitfalls I encountered:

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I installed Gallery2 on Unslung 6.8 beta with Apache2, PHP, MySQL on the slug and Gallery Remote on an Windows 2000 PC. I used the MediaWiki for Unslung as a starting point. Got it to work after a while. Pitfalls I encountered:

October 03, 2007, at 06:30 PM by fcarolo -- removed false wikilinks
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Tested with thttpd, ImageMagick 6.1.7-5-4 and Gallery 2.1.1

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Tested with thttpd, ImageMagick 6.1.7-5-4 and Gallery 2.1.1

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- I could not get ImageMagick to work on the NSLU. This resulted in missign thumbnails. I think this is the SlugBug Bug# 195 mentioned above. Symptom: when I configured the ImageMagick executable directory in the Admin page of Gallery, and tested it, Apache appeared to hang. I think the same happend during the Gallery installation but that could also be caused by my impatience.

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- I could not get ImageMagick to work on the NSLU. This resulted in missign thumbnails. I think this is the SlugBug Bug# 195 mentioned above. Symptom: when I configured the ImageMagick executable directory in the Admin page of Gallery, and tested it, Apache appeared to hang. I think the same happend during the Gallery installation but that could also be caused by my impatience.

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- ImageMagick did not work on the Windows machine. I saw this in the GR log file in the temp directory. Cause was a wrong value of the im.convertPath in C:\Program Files\Gallery Remote\imagemagick\im.properties. I changed it to im.convertPath=imageMagick/win32/convert.exe.

Gallery2 is now working. Performance is a bit slow but not dramatic. One problem is remaining; I cannot get the thumbnails working. Normally they are generated on the slug, but due to the issue I mentioned above this does not work. The version of Gallery Remote I used generated thumbnails, but did not upload them to the slug. How I solved "unable to create thumbnail" describes a patchthat let's Gallery Remote upload the thumbnails but for now I do without.

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- ImageMagick did not work on the Windows machine. I saw this in the GR log file in the temp directory. Cause was a wrong value of the im.convertPath in C:\Program Files\Gallery Remote\imagemagick\im.properties. I changed it to im.convertPath=imageMagick/win32/convert.exe.

`Gallery2 is now working. Performance is a bit slow but not dramatic. One problem is remaining; I cannot get the thumbnails working. Normally they are generated on the slug, but due to the issue I mentioned above this does not work. The version of Gallery Remote I used generated thumbnails, but did not upload them to the slug. How I solved "unable to create thumbnail" describes a patchthat let's Gallery Remote upload the thumbnails but for now I do without.

April 08, 2007, at 11:47 AM by Andreas --
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I installed Gallery2 on Unslung 6.8 beta. with Gallery Remote on an Windows 2000 PC. I used the MediaWiki for Unslung as a starting point. Got it to work after a while. Pitfalls I encountered:

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I installed Gallery2 on Unslung 6.8 beta with Apache2, PHP, MySQL? on the slug and Gallery Remote on an Windows 2000 PC. I used the MediaWiki for Unslung as a starting point. Got it to work after a while. Pitfalls I encountered:

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- I could not get ImageMagick to work on the NSLU. I think this is the SlugBug Bug# 195 mentioned above. Symptom: when I configured the ImageMagick executable directory in the Admin page of Gallery, and tested it, Apache appeared to hang.

- I used the "minimal" version of the Gallery2. Gallery Remote requires a "Remote Module"to be installed. Use the admin page of the Gallery to install this module.

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- I could not get ImageMagick to work on the NSLU. This resulted in missign thumbnails. I think this is the SlugBug Bug# 195 mentioned above. Symptom: when I configured the ImageMagick executable directory in the Admin page of Gallery, and tested it, Apache appeared to hang. I think the same happend during the Gallery installation but that could also be caused by my impatience.

- I used the "minimal" version of the Gallery2. Gallery Remote requires a "Remote Module" to be installed, which is missing from the "minimal" version. Used the admin page of the Gallery to install this module.

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April 08, 2007, at 11:42 AM by Andreas --
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I installed Gallery2 on Unslung 6.8 beta. with Gallery Remote on an Windows 2000 PC. I used the MediaWiki for Unslung as a starting point. Got it to work after a while.

Pitfalls I encountered:

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I installed Gallery2 on Unslung 6.8 beta. with Gallery Remote on an Windows 2000 PC. I used the MediaWiki for Unslung as a starting point. Got it to work after a while. Pitfalls I encountered:

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April 08, 2007, at 11:42 AM by Andreas --
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More pitfalls

I installed Gallery2 on Unslung 6.8 beta. with Gallery Remote on an Windows 2000 PC. I used the MediaWiki for Unslung as a starting point. Got it to work after a while.

Pitfalls I encountered:

- Accesrights for the Gallery files were initially wrong; corrected with chmod.

- After installing Apache2 PHP must be enabled: add the modules in /opt/etc/apache2/conf.d/php.conf to /opt/etc/apache2/httpd.conf. Initially I forgot this. The installer did not start but showed the source code of the install script instead.

- I could not get ImageMagick to work on the NSLU. I think this is the SlugBug Bug# 195 mentioned above. Symptom: when I configured the ImageMagick executable directory in the Admin page of Gallery, and tested it, Apache appeared to hang.

- I used the "minimal" version of the Gallery2. Gallery Remote requires a "Remote Module"to be installed. Use the admin page of the Gallery to install this module.

- ImageMagick did not work on the Windows machine. I saw this in the GR log file in the temp directory. Cause was a wrong value of the im.convertPath in C:\Program Files\Gallery Remote\imagemagick\im.properties. I changed it to im.convertPath=imageMagick/win32/convert.exe.

Gallery2 is now working. Performance is a bit slow but not dramatic. One problem is remaining; I cannot get the thumbnails working. Normally they are generated on the slug, but due to the issue I mentioned above this does not work. The version of Gallery Remote I used generated thumbnails, but did not upload them to the slug. How I solved "unable to create thumbnail" describes a patchthat let's Gallery Remote upload the thumbnails but for now I do without.

-Andreas

July 05, 2006, at 11:10 PM by krim -- !thttpd to -- krim
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thttpd

Tested with thttpd, ImageMagick 6.1.7-5-4 and Gallery 2.1.1

It works like a charm!

-- krim

June 24, 2006, at 07:56 PM by Postman -- Clarification on php-apache install
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  • Install PHP

When you install PHP it will install both itself and Apache.

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  • Install PHP-apache

When you install PHP-apache it will install both itself and Apache.

April 11, 2006, at 10:01 PM by Sis --
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  1. php-Apache install seems to fail due to missing libxml2 package. I tried downloading it manually, but it seems to be dissapeared.
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  1. php-Apache install seems to fail due to missing libxml2 package. I tried downloading it manually, but it seems to have dissapeared.
April 11, 2006, at 10:00 PM by Sis -- libxml2
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  1. php-Apache install seems to fail due to missing libxml2 package. I tried downloading it manually, but it seems to be dissapeared.
August 26, 2005, at 01:44 AM by tman --
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To upload photos to gallery don't use the web interface. Uploading via the web interface causes all image processing to be done by the slug's processor, instead install Gallery Remote (a client side Java application) to upload and resize your pictures.

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To upload photos to gallery don't use the web interface. Uploading via the web interface causes all image processing to be done by the slug's processor, instead install Gallery Remote (a client side Java application) to upload and resize your pictures.

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  1. Recent ImageMagick 6.1.7 binary available for ipkg download seems to be incompatible with Gallery2 Beta3 because of some changes in ImageMagick command line options. Gallery 2 Beta3 code is compatible with ImageMagick up to version 6.1.3. Either fix Gallery2 or downgrade ImageMagick by recompiling older version. --- Andrei Volkov, June 16, 2005
  2. Combination of Unslung 5.5 Beta doesen't work at the moment. See SlugBug Bug# 195. --- MaBen?
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  1. Recent ImageMagick 6.1.7 packages available from ipkg seems to be incompatible with Gallery2 Beta3 because of some changes in ImageMagick command line options. Gallery 2 Beta3 code is compatible with ImageMagick up to version 6.1.3. Either fix Gallery 2 or downgrade ImageMagick by recompiling an older version. --- Andrei Volkov, June 16, 2005
  2. The combination of Unslung 5.5 Beta and Gallery doesn't work at the moment. See SlugBug Bug# 195. --- MaBen
August 26, 2005, at 01:43 AM by tman --
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  1. Recent ImageMagick 6.1.7 binary available for ipkg download seems to be incompatible with Gallery2 Beta3 because of some changes in ImageMagick command line options. Gallery 2 Beta3 code is compatible with ImageMagick up to version 6.1.3. Either fix Gallery2 or downgrade ImageMagick by recompiling older version.

Andrei Volkov, June 16, 2005

  1. Combination of Unslung 5.5 Beta doesen't work at the moment. See SlugBug Bug# 195.
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  1. Recent ImageMagick 6.1.7 binary available for ipkg download seems to be incompatible with Gallery2 Beta3 because of some changes in ImageMagick command line options. Gallery 2 Beta3 code is compatible with ImageMagick up to version 6.1.3. Either fix Gallery2 or downgrade ImageMagick by recompiling older version. --- Andrei Volkov, June 16, 2005
  2. Combination of Unslung 5.5 Beta doesen't work at the moment. See SlugBug Bug# 195. --- MaBen?
August 25, 2005, at 03:15 PM by MaBen -- Apache problem
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Andrei Volkov, June 16, 2005

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Andrei Volkov, June 16, 2005

  1. Combination of Unslung 5.5 Beta doesen't work at the moment. See SlugBug Bug# 195.
August 22, 2005, at 08:16 PM by tman --
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  • Follow the "How To Install Apache" instructions from FAQ#31
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  • Install PHP
August 01, 2005, at 08:13 PM by S Mazgavoi -- file permissions deny server access
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NOTE: If you received ERROR: Permission denied: file permissions deny server access: opt/share/apache2/htdocs/index.php run next command:

         chmod a+r opt/share/apache2/htdocs
August 01, 2005, at 08:06 PM by S Mazgavoi --
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  • Follow the "How To Install Apache" instructions from FAQ#30
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  • Follow the "How To Install Apache" instructions from FAQ#31
June 19, 2005, at 08:20 PM by tman --
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How do i fix a Starting OpenLDAP /usr/lib/ipkg/info/openldap.postinst: /opt/etc/init.d/S58slapd: No such file or directory error ?

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  1. Recent ImageMagick 6.1.7 binary available for ipkg download seems to be incompatible with Gallery2 Beta3 because of some changes in ImageMagick command line options. Gallery 2 Beta3 code seems to "know" ImageMagick up to version 6.1.3. Either fix Gallery2 or downgrade ImageMagick by recompiling older version.
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  1. Recent ImageMagick 6.1.7 binary available for ipkg download seems to be incompatible with Gallery2 Beta3 because of some changes in ImageMagick command line options. Gallery 2 Beta3 code is compatible with ImageMagick up to version 6.1.3. Either fix Gallery2 or downgrade ImageMagick by recompiling older version.
June 19, 2005, at 08:19 PM by tman --
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How do i fix a Starting OpenLDAP? /usr/lib/ipkg/info/openldap.postinst: /opt/etc/init.d/S58slapd: No such file or directory error ?

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How do i fix a Starting OpenLDAP /usr/lib/ipkg/info/openldap.postinst: /opt/etc/init.d/S58slapd: No such file or directory error ?

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1. Recent ImageMagick 6.1.7 binary available for ipkg download seems to be incompatible with Gallery2 Beta3 because of some changes in ImageMagick command line options. Gallery 2 Beta3 code seems to "know" ImageMagick up to version 6.1.3. Either fix Gallery2 or downgrade ImageMagick by recompiling older version.

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  1. Recent ImageMagick 6.1.7 binary available for ipkg download seems to be incompatible with Gallery2 Beta3 because of some changes in ImageMagick command line options. Gallery 2 Beta3 code seems to "know" ImageMagick up to version 6.1.3. Either fix Gallery2 or downgrade ImageMagick by recompiling older version.
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directory error ?

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directory error ?

Pitfalls

1. Recent ImageMagick 6.1.7 binary available for ipkg download seems to be incompatible with Gallery2 Beta3 because of some changes in ImageMagick command line options. Gallery 2 Beta3 code seems to "know" ImageMagick up to version 6.1.3. Either fix Gallery2 or downgrade ImageMagick by recompiling older version.

Andrei Volkov, June 16, 2005

April 04, 2005, at 12:34 PM by barrym --
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  • Update your ipkg list by typing: ipkg update
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  • Follow the "How To Install Apache" instructions from http://www.nslu2-linux.org/wiki/Main/FAQ FAQ#30
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I found that if you install PHP first, it will install Apache automatically

  • Install PHP by typing: ipkg install php

This will install PHP and Apache

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When you install PHP it will install both itself and Apache.

March 17, 2005, at 12:10 PM by rwhitby --
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There are some things that I must tell you before installing ImageMagick. ImageMagick installs libltdl.so in /opt/lib. it should depend on libtool instead (http://slugbug.nslu2-linux.org/bug.php?op=show&bugid=105 SlugBug #105), if you already installed libtool then the installation of ImageMagick will fail. To overcome this problem use the -force-overwrite option

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  • Type: ipkg install imagemagick
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  • Type: ipkg install imagemagick -force-overwrite

ImageMagick will install and install all "dependent" packages except one.

ImageMagick also needs bzip2 to function, although it isnít listed as dependency (http://slugbug.nslu2-linux.org/bug.php?op=show&bugid=106 SlugBug #106), so type:

  • ipkg install bzip2
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ImageMagick will install and install all "dependent" packages.

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How do i fix a Starting OpenLDAP? /usr/lib/ipkg/info/openldap.postinst: /opt/etc/init.d/S58slapd: No such file or directory error ?

February 23, 2005, at 03:25 PM by tman --
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If everything went well then Gallery will see that ImageMagick is installed, and it will list its as path /opt/bin

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If everything went well then Gallery will see that ImageMagick is installed, and it will list its path as /opt/bin

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Introduction:

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Introduction

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Dependencies:

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Dependencies

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Installation:

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Installation

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http://the.ip-address.of.my.slug:8000/ (if you changed the port in your config then change the port number accordingly in you URL)

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http://the.ip-address.of.my.slug:8000/ (if you changed the port in your config then change the port number accordingly in your URL)

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Introduction:

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Introduction:

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Dependencies:

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Dependencies:

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  • Imagemagick
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  • ImageMagick
  • bzip2
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Installation:

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Installation:

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  • Log in as Root
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  • Log in as root
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  • Install php by typing: ipkg install php
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  • Install PHP by typing: ipkg install php
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This will install php and Apache

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This will install PHP and Apache

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Now check if apache is running: http://the.ip-adres.of.my.slug:8000(if you changed the port in your config then change the port number accordingly in you URL) You should see a page that apache is running.

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Now check if Apache is running: http://the.ip-address.of.my.slug:8000/ (if you changed the port in your config then change the port number accordingly in you URL) You should see a page that Apache is running.

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If you are done installing Apache/PHP you are ready for the next step, ImageMagick:

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If you are done installing Apache/php you are ready for the next step, Imagemagick:

There are some things that I must tell you before installing Imagemagick. Imagemagick installs libltdl.so in /opt/lib. it should depend on libtool instead (slubug#105), if you already installed libtool then the installation of imagemagick will fail.

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There are some things that I must tell you before installing ImageMagick. ImageMagick installs libltdl.so in /opt/lib. it should depend on libtool instead (http://slugbug.nslu2-linux.org/bug.php?op=show&bugid=105 SlugBug #105), if you already installed libtool then the installation of ImageMagick will fail.

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Imagemagick will install and install all "dependent" packages except one

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ImageMagick will install and install all "dependent" packages except one.

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Imagemagick also needs Bzip2 to function, although it isnít listed as dependency (slubug#106), so type:

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ImageMagick also needs bzip2 to function, although it isnít listed as dependency (http://slugbug.nslu2-linux.org/bug.php?op=show&bugid=106 SlugBug #106), so type:

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If you finished that, connect your browser again to: http://the.ip-adres.of.my.slug:8000

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If you finished that, connect your browser again to: http://the.ip-address.of.my.slug:8000/

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If everything went well then Gallery will see that Imagemagick is installed, and it will list its path to /opt/bin

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If everything went well then Gallery will see that ImageMagick is installed, and it will list its as path /opt/bin

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To upload photo's to gallery "don't" use the web interface, because then all image processing must be done by the slug's processor, just install Gallery remote (a java applet) to upload and resize your pictures.

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To upload photos to gallery don't use the web interface. Uploading via the web interface causes all image processing to be done by the slug's processor, instead install http://gallery.sourceforge.net/gallery_remote.php Gallery Remote (a client side Java application) to upload and resize your pictures.

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Gallery can be downloaded here: http://gallery.menalto.com/

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For advanced users this howto is finnished here, but if you still want to know more, just read on.

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For advanced users this how-to is finished here, but if you still want to know more, just read on.

Installation:

  • Telnet into your Slug
  • Log in as Root
  • Update your ipkg list by typing: ipkg update

I found that if you install PHP first, it will install Apache automatically

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Telnet into your Slug, then start your installation First update your ipkg list by typing: ipkg update

I found that if you install PHP first, it will install Apache automaticaly So: ipkg install php this will install php and Apache

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  • Install php by typing: ipkg install php

This will install php and Apache

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After install of Apache go and take a look at the Apache conf files located in /share/hdd/conf/opt/etc/apache2/ See if there is anything you want to change like the portnumber that Apache listens on. (use vi or joe or whatever you like to use but dont use win/notepad)

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After install of Apache go and take a look at the Apache conf files located in opt/etc/apache2/ See if there is anything you want to change like the port number that Apache listens on. (Use vi or Joe or whatever you like to use but donít use win/notepad)

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http://the.ip-adres.of.my.slug:8000 (if you changed the port change the portnumber in you url)

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http://the.ip-adres.of.my.slug:8000(if you changed the port in your config then change the port number accordingly in you URL)

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Imagemagick installs libltdl.so in /opt/lib. it should depend on libtool instead, if you allready installed libtool then the installation of imagemagick will fail.

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Imagemagick installs libltdl.so in /opt/lib. it should depend on libtool instead (slubug#105), if you already installed libtool then the installation of imagemagick will fail.

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so type: ipkg install imagemagick -force-overwrite

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  • Type: ipkg install imagemagick -force-overwrite
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Imagemagic also needs Bzip2 to function, altough it isnt listed as dependency so type: ipkg install bzip2

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Imagemagick also needs Bzip2 to function, although it isnít listed as dependency (slubug#106), so type:

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After you installed everything you are ready to upload your Gallery package to share/hdd/conf/opt/share/apache2/htdocs

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  • ipkg install bzip2
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If you finnished that, connect your browser again to: http://the.ip-adres.of.my.slug:8000

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After you installed everything you are ready to upload your Gallery package to opt/share/apache2/htdocs

If you finished that, connect your browser again to: http://the.ip-adres.of.my.slug:8000

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Gallery has a very userfriendly step by step setup, so read and follow instructions. If everything went well then Gallery will see that Imagemagick is installed, and it will list it's path to /opt/bin

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Gallery has a very user-friendly step by step setup, so read and follow instructions. If everything went well then Gallery will see that Imagemagick is installed, and it will list its path to /opt/bin

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To upload photo's to gallery "don't" use the webinterface, because then all imageprocessing must be done by the slug's processor, just install Gallery remote (a java applet) to upload and resize your pictures.

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To upload photo's to gallery "don't" use the web interface, because then all image processing must be done by the slug's processor, just install Gallery remote (a java applet) to upload and resize your pictures.

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Describe RunGalleryOnApache here.

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Introduction: Gallery is a web based software product that lets you manage your photos on your own website. And it will run on your Slug too. Because I am new to this all, and find some how-to's a bit short, I will try to make a beginners document here, so that the installation can't go wrong.

Dependencies: To run Gallery you need to install a few other applications first.

  • Apache
  • PHP
  • Imagemagick
  • Bzip2

For advanced users this howto is finnished here, but if you still want to know more, just read on.

Telnet into your Slug, then start your installation First update your ipkg list by typing: ipkg update

I found that if you install PHP first, it will install Apache automaticaly So: ipkg install php this will install php and Apache

Note that Apache will be running on port 8000, make sure that nothing else is using that port otherwise Apache setup will fail.

After install of Apache go and take a look at the Apache conf files located in /share/hdd/conf/opt/etc/apache2/ See if there is anything you want to change like the portnumber that Apache listens on. (use vi or joe or whatever you like to use but dont use win/notepad) Now check if apache is running: http://the.ip-adres.of.my.slug:8000 (if you changed the port change the portnumber in you url) You should see a page that apache is running.

If you are done installing Apache/php you are ready for the next step, Imagemagick: There are some things that I must tell you before installing Imagemagick. Imagemagick installs libltdl.so in /opt/lib. it should depend on libtool instead, if you allready installed libtool then the installation of imagemagick will fail. To overcome this problem use the -force-overwrite option so type: ipkg install imagemagick -force-overwrite Imagemagick will install and install all "dependent" packages except one

Imagemagic also needs Bzip2 to function, altough it isnt listed as dependency so type: ipkg install bzip2

After you installed everything you are ready to upload your Gallery package to share/hdd/conf/opt/share/apache2/htdocs

If you finnished that, connect your browser again to: http://the.ip-adres.of.my.slug:8000 You should see the configuration pages of Gallery. Gallery has a very userfriendly step by step setup, so read and follow instructions. If everything went well then Gallery will see that Imagemagick is installed, and it will list it's path to /opt/bin

To upload photo's to gallery "don't" use the webinterface, because then all imageprocessing must be done by the slug's processor, just install Gallery remote (a java applet) to upload and resize your pictures.

Enjoy!

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Based on work by fcarolo, Andreas, krim, Postman, Sis, tman, MaBen, S Mazgavoi, Andrei Volkov, barrym, rwhitby, Nemo, and Peter Roubos.
Originally by Peter Roubos.
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