Instructions for the installation of the singapore gallery and for upgrading from previous versions.
singapore.ini. If you don't know why you might want to do this then you don't need to do it.
data/ and all subdirectories and files
galleries/ and all subdirectories and files
install/ directory and follow the instructions.
install/ directory to prevent unauthorised access.
admin and the default password is
singapore.ini and look at the available options. Each option has comments explaining its function. For most purposes the default values will be fine but you may be able to tweak them to your benefit. See also overriding default settings.
templates/default/images/header.gif) with the name of your site.
templates/default/main.css) to integrate it with your site.
Always back-up first!
A patch is also available for people wishing only to fix the security problem.
Upgrading is usually just a matter of unzipping the new version over the old. Your galleries, images, metadata will not be affected but the admin password will be reset and the root ini file (singapore.ini) will be overwritten. The location of log files and thumbnail cache has changed in this version. See the forum for instructions on copying your old logs over to their new location. You can keep your old users.csv.php file. When new configuration options are added you will need to either add these to your old singapore.ini or re-edit the new singapore.ini in order to keep your personal settings. You may want to use a file difference utility such as WinMerge to merge the differences.
The default templates will also be overwritten in an upgrade. For this reason it is advisable to copy the default template to a new directory when making customizations.
Server generated content may be owned by the web server and it may therefore not be possible to delete these files via ftp. Use the cleanup script, in the tools subdirectory, to make all server-generated files world writable. This should allow you to delete them like any other file.