Arylia Gallery Builder

Installation Checklist

Please review all of the following items and verify that they match your installation. Items appearing in red must be fixed before installation can continue. Items in yellow/brown represent a server configuration that may cause problems with certain features, but is not necessarily incompatible with the script.
Database Connection Connection Failed
Existing Arylia Version
PHP Version 5.6.31
PHP Option: safe_mode Off
PHP Option: disable_functions None
PHP Option: file_uploads On
PHP Option: upload_max_filesize 2M
The upload_max_filesize PHP directive tells PHP that this is the largest file your system will accept through form submissions. You will not be able to upload files (in Arylia's case, zip files) larger than this. We suggest setting it to 20M or higher; this message is being shown because yours is set to 10M or less.
PHP Option: post_max_size 8M
The post_max_size PHP directive tells PHP not to accept any POST operation (including form data and file uploads) larger than this. You will not be able to upload files (in Arylia's case, zip files) larger than this and you will receive misleading error messages if you attempt to do so because the form data will be incomplete. We suggest setting it to 20M or higher; this message is being shown because yours is set to 10M or less.
PHP Option: memory_limit 128M
PHP Session support Available
PHP GD support Available
PHP CURL support Available
PHP MySQL support Available
PHP CLI Location Not found
In order to create galleries in a batch, Arylia must be able to run PHP-CLI at the shell. If you're seeing this, it means that Arylia could not find the PHP CLI executable, so galleries in batches will not be created. However, you can fix this problem by specifying the path to PHP after installation, or creating a symbolic link to the PHP-CLI executable from a folder in your web server's execution path.
"unzip" Location Not found
The shell command "unzip" must be available to Arylia in order to unpack zip files. If you do not plan to make any galleries from zip files, Arylia will operate without this. However, you can fix this problem by specifying the path to unzip after installation, or creating a symbolic link to the "unzip" executable from a folder in your web server's execution path.
"tar" Location Not found
The shell command "tar" must be available to Arylia in order to update to newer versions. If you never update Arylia, this will never be a problem. However, Arylia regularly patches bugs and offers new features at no cost, and this is the only way to obtain them. You can fix this problem by specifying the path to tar after installation, or creating a symbolic link to the "tar" executable from a folder in your web server's execution path.
ImageMagick "convert" Location Not found
The shell command "convert" must be available to Arylia in order to use ImageMagick enhancements. If ImageMagick is not installed and you do not intend to use it, you can ignore this error. If ImageMagick is installed and you wish to use it, you can fix this problem by specifying the path to convert after installation, or creating a symbolic link to the "convert" executable from a folder in your web server's execution path.
Arylia writable by itself? No

Arylia includes the ability to update itself in a single click. At the time of this writing, we have no plans to allow updates any other way. It is strongly suggested that you set permissions on the gallery builder's folder (recursively!) such that it can be overwritten by the web server.

If you're not sure how to do this and just want it to work, you can run the command chmod -R 777 builder (where "builder" is your gallery builder folder's name) from outside the builder folder, and it should work. Beware, though, that depending on your server configuration, this could be insecure.

getcwd() working? Yes
JavaScript enabled in browser? No
Javascript is used heavily by Arylia software to automatically fill form fields based on your configuration and the options you select while working.
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