|Posted: Wed, 2002-10-16 20:17|
I used the Linux Gallery Remote v1.0 to upload about 20 new pictures into a gallery called "ctac", just random work pictures, nothing fancy, something I've always done before. And it all worked. To view the pictures I went to the gallery page of my site and the album "ctac" was no longer listed. I paniced, and logged into the site, all the pictures and files are still there:
[bojan ctac]$ ls -l | grep -v jpg
The filesize from album.dat and album.dat.bak is double. I really don't know what the album.dat and serial files are for, the rest of the files in this directory are jpg.
So I logged in as admin instead of the regular user and I see this on the gallery page itself:
Gallery has detected the following directories:
in your albums directory (/home/bojan/www/gallery/albums).
Here are all the non-directory (non-album) files:
[bojan albums]$ ls -l | grep -v "^d"
and the relevant portion of albumdb.dat:
I tried creating a new album, and renaming it to "ctac", but it says "this album already exists". How can I fix this? What determines a valid album?