Gallery Configuration Wizard: Step 1
This is the Gallery system check page. This page will validate your installation to make sure that you have all the necessary components and permissions on this system and that everything is configured reasonably.

Having problems? Try the documentation, Gallery Diagnostics Page and Gallery Help Page.

Gallery version
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This version of Gallery was released on 04/03/2007. You can check for more recent versions by visiting http://gallery.sourceforge.net.
PHP version
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PHP v5.6.27 is OK.
Register globals
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register_globals is off.
PHPs safe mode disabled
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safe_mode is off.
PHPs exec() function enabled
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exec() is enabled on this server.
.htaccess processed by apache
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Apache is not obeying the 'php_value' lines in your .htaccess file. Try entering the following into your web server's httpd.conf file:
<Directory /web/antipodes-expeditions.com/httpdocs/Gallery>
	AllowOverride Options FileInfo
</Directory>
If you are running PHP in CGI mode, this message is unavoidable.
PHPs magic quotes off
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magic_quotes are off.
Apache mod_rewrite
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Either mod_rewrite is not installed or your .htaccess file is not enabled (see above). Either way, we'll have to use longer URLs in the Gallery. If you want to turn it on, first make sure that your .htaccess file is being obeyed. If it still doesn't work, you may need to reconfigure and rebuild Apache with this flag:
	--enable-module=rewrite
NetPBM installed
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I can't find NetPBM. If it's installed and not in the path of the webserver user that's OK—you can specify the path to NetPBM by hand on the following page. If it's not installed, you have two choices:
Gallery prefers NetPBM version 9.9 and up. You can install just the binaries Gallery needs from the Gallery Download Page. Or, you can compile and install the entire NetPBM package from the NetPBM website.
Note: You can install the binaries from the Gallery site even if you don't have root access on your box! If you can't get it working, try leaving the NetPBM path blank and using ImageMagick instead.

Note:Your PHP installation is configured with the open_basedir restriction. This may make it difficult for Gallery to detect and verify your binaries, even if you've already successfully used the Config. Wizard in the past. Don't worry too much if this page gives warnings; your settings will still be saved properly.

ImageMagick installed
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I can't find ImageMagick. If it's installed and not in the path of the webserver user that's OK—you can specify the path to ImageMagick by hand on the following page. If it's not installed, you must install it.
Gallery prefers ImageMagick version 5.4.8 and up. You can compile and install the entire ImageMagick package from the ImageMagick website.
Note: The site also has binaries available for assorted operating systems. If you can't get it working, try leaving the ImageMagick path blank and using NetPBM instead.

Note:Your PHP installation is configured with the open_basedir restriction. This may make it difficult for Gallery to detect and verify your binaries, even if you've already successfully used the Config. Wizard in the past. Don't worry too much if this page gives warnings; your settings will still be saved properly.

Jhead installed
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I can't find jhead. If it's installed and not in the path of the webserver user that's OK—you can specify the path by hand on the following page. If it's not installed, you can install it yourself. Jhead is a public domain EXIF parser. Source, linux binaries, and windows binaries can be found at the jhead homepage.
jpegtran installed
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I can't find jpegtran. If it's installed and not in the path of the webserver user that's OK—you can specify the path by hand on the following page. If it's not installed, you can install it yourself. Jpegtran is a free tool distributed by the Independent JPEG Group as part of libjpeg. Source may be found at the IJG homepage. Binaries may be found at the JPEG Club website or in the libjpeg package of Linux distributions.
Gettext support in PHP
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PHP has GNU gettext support.
Locales needed for Gallery
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It seems you didn't download any additional languages. This is not a problem! Gallery will appear just in English. Note: If this is not true, check that all files in locale folder are readable for the webserver, or contact the Gallery Team.
File integrity
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All tested files up-to-date.
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Your installation has warnings, but this is usually OK. Keep going!