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« on: March 12, 2005, 10:42:23 PM »

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I downloaded the 4images package and the appropriate language pack. I also uploaded the files to my server and followed the directions found in docs/Installation.txt. Per the last instruction, I pointed my browser to the URL where I uploaded 4images, however I do not get the configuration/setup menu that I should. Instead I only see a directory listing with my files. What do I need to do to be able to get the setup menu to put in my database user/password/host/name?


Your web server doesn't know that it should look for a file named index.php. And since it can't find any file named index.htm or index.html, it displays the directory listing instead.

If you're using Apache, create a file named .htaccess (note the leading period character) in the top-level of your 4images directory, or web root, and place inside it the following line:
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DirectoryIndex index.php index.htm index.html

This tells the Apache web server to first look for a file named index.php, then index.htm and finally index.html when a URL is entered in a browser without a file name. If you want to disable the directory listing for directories with no index.php or index.htm* files, add this line:
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# Disable directory listings in the web browser
Options -Indexes
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