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Although Gallery3 is aimed to install just fine on most hosting environments, you might want to take a look at the Installation requirements and Howto
|Gallery 2 (replaced by Gallery 3)|
Gallery 2 was the second generation Gallery product, and has been replaced by Gallery 3. We provide these links as a convenience for folks still using Gallery 2.
Gallery Remote makes it easy to batch upload photos from your desktop to any Gallery site. With Gallery Remote you can upload photos, create albums, view slideshows, scale and rotate images, and much more.
|Gallery 1 (replaced by Gallery 3)|
Gallery 1 is the original Gallery photo hosting product. It's suitable for small to medium-sized photo collections. It has been replaced by Gallery 3, these links are provided as a convenience for folks who are still using Gallery 1.
These are programs and scripts that are not essential for Gallery operation, but can be incredibly useful.
|x||x||Bharat's Cleanup Script||Change permissions on old album, g2data or gallery3/var directories so that you can delete them.|
|x||GHCC||Gallery 1 Host Compatibility Checker|
|x||PHP Deserialize||Simple Perl script to parse the PHP data files from Gallery 1.x|
|x||x||Galleryadd.pl NG||Perl script to upload images and directories of images to Gallery G1 or G2.|
|x||Galleryscr.pl||Perl script that fetches images from a Gallery and creates a random image collage.|
|x||CommentBlaster||This script will delete all the comments in your Gallery2, in chunks of 500|
|x||FixLowercaseFilenames||PHP script to help you fix your data filenames if they get converted to lowercase by accident.|