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Linux Journal: Sysadmin Corner: Unsung Heroes, Part 2

Jan 16, 2002, 05:47 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Marcel Gagné)
"This time around, I had fully intended to cover a cool little networking tool, but the sheer number of messages I received in relation to iGal (see Part 1 of this series) has made me reconsider. It seems that several people decided I should show off their web photo album generation tool of choice. So, in response to your suggestions, I'm going to put off the cool network tool for today; let's go on the premise that you all took thousands of pictures over the holidays and are dying to make them available on the Web.

One final note on this topic. In order to better compare the results, I will list links to my World Fantasy Gallery as I did in the previous article, this time created with the method described by the readers. The rest of you can then compare and judge the results. Let us begin...

One reader who wished to remain anonymous (although he did sign the comment form as "Kurt") suggested his own script for quick and dirty image generation using the netpbm tools. These may already be included or installed in your distribution, but if not, never fear. You can download them from the site at its SourceForge location. Anyhow, here is Kurt's script..."

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