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Thread began 3/24/2010 7:44 pm by scott279449 | Last modified 3/30/2010 12:57 pm by scott279449 | 914 views | 5 replies



My mother is an artist and I want to create a gallery of her work.
I have created a new mysql database called 'gallery'.
Step one of the install found it ok.
The 'PowerGallery' folder is contained in the 'public_html' folder.
I created a folder called 'images' inside the 'PowerGallery' folder and uploaded the images to it.
When the PowerGallery installer got to the 5th step it wanted the 'images' folder location.
The path to the images gallery is:
I got an error message saying it could not find the images gallery, so I tried this:
It still can't find it. Next I skipped this step and went to Step 6 of the install.
It wanted my user name and password. This won't work either.
I have added a screen shot of the folder structure.
Now what do I do?

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