Piwigo – Create Your Own Photo Gallery Website

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5 Responses

  1. Thommy M. says:

    Yepp, I followed the instruction to the point. Also finally found out that one has to use the database root user/passwd at the installation. Not the piwigo account created in the instructions. That made me a bit scared … However it installed.

    • Ravi Saive says:

      @Thommy,

      That’s great you finally installed Piwigo. If any help, feel free to post your queries here, we love to answer..

  2. Thommy M. says:

    Hi,

    I’ve followed your instructions on a Fedora 28, MariaDB, Apache and PHP server and I can access a test.php (phpinfo) from remote, but the Piwigo installation gives this error message “Cannot connect to server”.

    Any hints on where to start debugging?

  3. Stan says:

    Why do you disable SELinux? Is it so difficult to configure it?

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