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One interesting application that your Kurobox can play is to serve a web interface to view/manage your photo albums. It usually involves installing a [[web server]], such as Apache, or Lighttpd, PHP, and a database manager, such as MySQL or SQLite.
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One interesting application that your Kurobox can play is to serve a web interface to view/manage your photo albums. It usually involves installing a [[LAMP| web server]], such as Apache, or Lighttpd, PHP, and a database manager, such as MySQL or SQLite.
  
 
There are several applications that can do this job; It's advised to compare the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Photo_gallery_comparison list of web album software from wikipedia] to find out the one that suits you best.
 
There are several applications that can do this job; It's advised to compare the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Photo_gallery_comparison list of web album software from wikipedia] to find out the one that suits you best.

Latest revision as of 19:47, 15 July 2007

One interesting application that your Kurobox can play is to serve a web interface to view/manage your photo albums. It usually involves installing a web server, such as Apache, or Lighttpd, PHP, and a database manager, such as MySQL or SQLite.

There are several applications that can do this job; It's advised to compare the list of web album software from wikipedia to find out the one that suits you best.

Zenphoto, for example, is a very simple yet powerful album generator, but you might prefer Gallery or even Montala if you seek more features.

Installing a web photo album software shouldn't be kurobox-specific, so the best is to follow the publisher's instructions to installing their software on your Kurobox.