Makes no sense... So, if app-coders get a free cop, next the themedesigners want a free copy... So, after them,. we translators want also a free copy... and so on and so on.... So, where to start und where to end... No one gets a free copy is straight forward.
Also, switching plattforms to antother commercial product like vB or xF, etc makes no sense... You also get no free copy of their products
As an IT-Admin, i would call it the wrong way adding such features in the software, but just my 2cents. Ext4?Well... Yeah... Go ahead http://www.systutorials.com/5621/extending-a-mounted-ext4-file-system-on-lvm-in-linux/
I think thats nothing ipdownloads have to deal with, it's a serverthing. I use LVM to add space to paths... Ipdownload do not know, what hdd to use, it just has a path and i add space on what hdd i want to that path using lvm (in your case, the path has a size of 4 TB including all files of the old hdd and the new hdd)
Hehe, don't worry, you don't have to deal with another extension for php, etc
The GPS-datas are in the exif-informations, IF the camera/device support GPS (Most mobiles do, some cameras need external GPS-Trackers, some has build in GPS-Trackers some don't support GPS at all (you may add coordinates manually using tools like GeoSetter (http://www.geosetter.de/en/ ) .
Never had complains from users - most people post pictures from my hometown showing their favorite places or events, so they don't have to describe where the picture was taken. etc (That will certainly be different when you run a cheating-site and users post pictures of their affairs )
You are welcome, great your host got it sorted. Have fun with your gallery and the old (and new ) pictures. Btw: If your exif data contain gps-data, gallery shows the location the picture was taken on a map - this is my favorite feature
The requirered extension is missing, so php (and Gallery) are unable to read the exif metadata. You have to install the exif-extension (if you are root, use yum, apt-get...)) or ask your host to do this (if not root). But be warned. You may have to re-compile php (if packetmanager fail, etc), you REALLY need to know what your doing, you may break your LAMP including cps like Plesk or cPanel BADLY.
If you don't want to wait, login your ACP, go to System -> Support, click on phpinfo and search for exif. If RegEx shows your info, there is spmething wrong with your installation. It's also possible, that EXIF-Data is not compazible or has some incompatinle Data. Gallery/PHP are more sensotive than exif.cgi (that just shows raw data and don't care about the content). Someone has to check the file in that case
Hi @kar3n2 please check your phpinfo, if the exif-extension is installed and enabled exif EXIF SupportenabledYou may use the following tool to check, if and what EXIF-Data is available - like @Lukeroge mentinoed, this should be displayed automatically: http://regex.info/exif.cgi This will show you all stored EXIF-Data... Please note: some softwareeditingtools rip that data (eg. if you resize the image).
If http://regex.info/exif.cgi shows the EXIF-Data you want to show (eg. the camera you used, GPS-Data, etc) and EXIF-Support is enabled in your php-installation, just post the results here or open a supportticket attaching the picture.
As a Wndows-Fanboy, i reverted back to 8.1 using TrueImage.... Not a problem with Win10 at all, but some programms failed... I received a lot of updates, i will give it a try in a week or so I liked what i saw from the core