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#1 2020-02-23 15:47:16

Busfulofnuns
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2020-02-23
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Installation on home NAS Qnap Missing Info

Dear sirs,

I am trying to install Piwigo on my home NAS QNap for the latest Piwigo system.  My Piwigo version is 2.10.1, PHP version is: latest available for NAS QNap, 4.9.1 I believe. My MySQl version supported by NAS Qnap device is MariaDB 5.5.57.  The Piwigo URL for my device is http://192.168.1.11/piwigo/install.php

I have searched the Qnap, Qnapclub, Piwigo documentation, and this forum for people with problem like mine but I cannot find the resolution to the problem. Please advise given my situation below.

On http://192.168.1.11/piwigo/install.php  there are several fields that need info.

Under database configuration, I do not know what to put for User, Password, or Database name.  The fields for Host is already loclahost and the field for Database tables prefix is "piwigo_".

Under Administration configuration, none of the fields have info.  They are Username, Password, Password [confirm], and Email address. 

So, I do not know what to put in the blank fields on this /install.php page.  The Piwigo documentation is not clear.  Qnap support does not help. There does not seem to be anyone with info about how to install Piwigo on a NAS Qnap. 

Please advise. Tank you, sirs.

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#2 2020-02-23 16:09:53

Piscator
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2019-11-22
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Re: Installation on home NAS Qnap Missing Info

I also have it installed on a QNAP (with a docker image).

For the database server address, fill in your real local IP address and not 'localhost'. So I guess in your case that would be 192.168.1.11.

For username, password, database you can pick anything you like.
Tables prefix is ok. You do not need to change that.

With phpMyAdmin (you can install it from the App Center), you can check the database. Please do that to check if that's functioning correctly.

Good luck!

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#3 2020-02-23 23:13:35

erAck
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Re: Installation on home NAS Qnap Missing Info

Piscator wrote:

For the database server address, fill in your real local IP address and not 'localhost'. So I guess in your case that would be 192.168.1.11.

If the database is really reachable on the same server as the web server runs on then using localhost is perfectly fine. Doing so actually prevents any error in case the entire hosting is moved to a different IP.


Running Piwigo at https://erack.net/gallery/

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