[Digikam-users] Re: Help. My wife demands access to our images. (Windows, network access, multi user)
knut.krause at lagom.de
Fri Dec 10 17:39:00 GMT 2010
Well, does your wife need digiKam? You could just install samba and share your
images as a network drive (maybe read only?).
If she want to use digikam:
Can she use linux too? If not install digikam under windows and use the images
via network share.
If she want's to use the digiKam databse too:
I got no real clue about the storage in digiKam. Maybe it's storing whole
paths as amarok does … then it would be the best to mount the files on the same
path on every client which is quite hard with linux/windows :/ Maybe give her
just read only access to your digikam db and see if it's going to brake smth?
On Friday 10 December 2010 17:39:44 Linuxguy123 wrote:
> I'm running DK 1.6 on my Fedora 14 box with the images stored locally on
> an ext3 drive.
> My wife is demanding access to our images (from her Windows 7 computer).
> What is the best and easiest way to accomplish this ?
> I know we've discussed this before, but DK can now use MySQL as the DB
> backend, so I'm wondering what has changed.
> Also: what version of DK installs with the Windows KDE install ? Is it
> OK to run 2 different DK versions against the same database ?
> Thanks !
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