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The images just need to be copied into a directory where Apache will pick them up and create a gallery page for you, with thumbnails and links to the full size images.
Thumbnail size and maximum image size can be defined, among others.
libapache-gallery-perl for Debian --------------------------------- Read more to learn how to integrate Apache::Gallery in the Apache Web Server. You have to complete all the steps described in this README file. 1. Configure your Apache server 1.1 Apache 1.3 You need to configure your virtualhost block to look like: <VirtualHost *> ServerName gallery.yourdomain.org DocumentRoot /data/pict more»
NAME Apache::Gallery - mod_perl handler to create an image gallery SYNOPSIS See the INSTALL file in the distribution for installation instructions. DESCRIPTION Apache::Gallery creates an thumbnail index of each directory and allows viewing pictures in different resolutions. Pictures are resized on the fly and cached. The gallery can be configured and customized in many wa more»
For this template to work the first two of the following options are a necessity, option three and four only completes the design. Option two should of course be hacked to fit the EXIF from your camera. Remember to copy the new gallery.css to your DocumentRoot as well. PerlSetVar GalleryEXIFMode 'variables' PerlSetVar GalleryInfo 'Model => Model, Timestamp => DateTimeOrigi more»
Apache::Gallery(3User Contributed Perl DocumentaApache::Gallery(3pm) NAME Apache::Gallery more»
libapache-gallery-perl (0.99-svn060811-1) unstable; urgency=low * New svn pull release, pre 1.0. more»
$Author: mil $ $Rev: 308 $ $Date: 2005-09-16 11:52:59 +0300 (Fri, 16 Sep 2005) $ Revision history f more»
This is Debian GNU/Linux's prepackaged version of Apache::Gallery, a Perl module for Apache that all more»