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Setting Up Power Gallery on Localhost Testing Server

Thread began 2/09/2011 4:25 pm by Paul45 | Last modified 2/10/2011 7:20 am by Paul45 | 968 views | 2 replies


Setting Up Power Gallery on Localhost Testing Server


I am trying to run Power Gallery on my Localhost testing server. I have put the folder in the htdocs folder and opened up the index page to run the wizard. I am running XAMPP with mySQL. The version of XAMPP includes PHP 5.3.4.

However it is stating in the first step:

"All of the attributes below need to check out before you can proceed to the next step"

'PHP 5.3.4 is installed'

'GD Image Library [bundled (2.0.34 compatible)] is installed'

'Files and directories can be created'

Could you please tell me the steps i need to take to run powergallery and overcome the problems listed above. Could you also tell me what else i need to complete the setup, do i need to create a database etc?



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