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    How to install Imagemagic on the Linux

    Which version of Imagemagic is installed?

    root@server [/home/mikec/www]# rpm -qa | grep -i imagemag
    root@server [/home/mikec/www]#

    The check marks in WHM are a default configuration and are not reflective of what is currently installed. If you look at the php info page here:

    http://www.22mike.com/info.php

    you'll see that GD support is enabled. Your script is probably complaining about the lack of ImageMagick. You'll need to install this. Luckily, the up2date server offers these packages. You can recognize this through SSSH, here's how:

    root@server [/home/mikec/www]# up2date --showall | grep -i imag
    ImageMagick-5.5.6-13.i386
    ImageMagick-c++-5.5.6-13.i386
    ImageMagick-c++-devel-5.5.6-13.i386
    ImageMagick-devel-5.5.6-13.i386
    ImageMagick-perl-5.5.6-13.i386
    anaconda-images-9.1-3.RHEL.noarch
    xloadimage-4.1-27.i386
    root@server [/home/mikec/www]#

    You'll probably want to install ImageMagick-5.5.6-13.i386. In order to acheive this, you could run this command:

    up2date ImageMagick

    and up2date will handle the rest.
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    Thanks for the iinformation

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    Hello,

    For check the version of imagemagick you have installed type this command

    which convert

    and even if you trpe convert the version of imagemagick appears on the first line.

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    Unfortunately the error line numbers are not matching our source distribution making it difficult to determine what is causing the compile errors. Download ftp://ftp.imagemagick.org/pub/ImageMagi ... ick.tar.gz and configure and build again and post the errors once more. Once the lines sync with our source distribution we should be able to determine the source of the errors.

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    thanks for the tutorial
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    Get and uncompress ImageMagick:
    # wget ftp://ftp.imagemagick.org/pub/ImageM...eMagick.tar.gz
    # gunzip -c ImageMagick.tar.gz tar xvf -

    Configure and compile ImageMagick:
    # cd ImageMagick-6.x.x
    # ./configure make

    As root you can install it:
    # make install

    You can test is using thata command:
    # /usr/local/bin/convert logo: logo.gif

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    How to install Imagemagic on the Linux

    Ok, so it does have to do with post count as well. Hopefully furst will see this and explain this in detail.

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    Magickwand will be required to install imagemagick from source.

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    Hello,
    You can install Imagemagic on the Linux by following steps:
    1. Install zlib V 1.2.3.
    2. Install libpng V 1.2.10.
    3. Install ImageMagick V 6.2.8 .
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeryruse View Post
    Hello,
    You can install Imagemagic on the Linux by following steps:
    1. Install zlib V 1.2.3.
    2. Install libpng V 1.2.10.
    3. Install ImageMagick V 6.2.8 .
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