On Tue, 10 Feb 2004 12:32:55 -0600 "David Dyer-Bennet" <email@example.com> wrote: > "Jacob S." <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes: > > > Do you really need version 1.4 of gallery? There's a (slightly > > older) version of Gallery in Debian Woody. "apt-get install > > gallery". Then not only would you not need to upgrade php, but even > > gallery would take advantage of Debian's advanced package management > > system. > > It's very often this level of package that ends up driving system > upgrades, in my experience. End-users are very sensitive to > features. Gallery is moving forward fairly fast. I certainly > wouldn't want to downgrade from 1.4 myself. > > I'm curious how Gallery works as a package; on my system it's > installed in at least 3 separate directories that I know of (you need > to do that to have multiple galleries on the server). True. In my case I was fortunate enough that my users didn't know what they were missing - they were just glad that I had software that could do that sort of thing at all. (In my case, this is mainly for family and friends. I know this doesn't work in a lot of business environments. I'm fairly sure it would not work for any of my customers.) Gallery installs itself to work with the default domain for a stock Apache install. To get it working on multiple domains, you have to copy and reconfigure some stuff (I've never tried this myself, so I may be making it sound much simpler than it actually is.) If all else fails, you could always use equivs to tell dpkg and apt that you have a newer version installed. Jacob ----- GnuPG Key: 1024D/16377135 Slight disorientation after prolonged system uptime is normal for new Linux users. Please do not adjust your browser.
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