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Jquery Photo Album with PHP Admin

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I'm looking for a FREE Jquery Photo Album with PHP Admin that DOES NOT require a MySQL Database.  Does anyone know of a good script out there?

Thanks in advance! TGIF
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I got a Neglected Question Alert on this one.  Since MySQL is both free and open source, and a data base is almost a 100% necessity for a photo album, can you please tell us why you've specifically excluded it from consideration?  Would you want to choose PostGreSQL instead of MySQL (for example)?  Or are you rejecting the idea of any data base, so you would be dealing only with the server file system?
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