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AndrewC

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ImageMagick path when hosting with LinkSky ?
« on: December 10, 2005, 10:27:09 pm »

I'm a new Coppermine user. My site is hosted with LinkSky. I'm having trouble getting the ImageMagick path set. According to Linksky it should be be /usr/bin but that doesn't seem to work and neither does /usr/bin/  or /usr/bin/X11/

Can anyone suggest what I should be using ? The normally excellent support from LinkSky has drawn a blank on this one :(

Thanks, Andrew
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Re: ImageMagick path when hosting with LinkSky ?
« Reply #1 on: December 11, 2005, 12:01:05 am »

Perhaps your host should verify the location of the ImageMagick convert binary instead of just telling you where it should be.  There isn't anything we can do to help.

This isn't a show-stopper.  You can use GD2 instead - the quality is pretty much the same.
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Re: ImageMagick path when hosting with LinkSky ?
« Reply #2 on: December 11, 2005, 12:10:11 am »

Perhaps your host should verify the location of the ImageMagick convert binary instead of just telling you where it should be.  There isn't anything we can do to help.

This isn't a show-stopper.  You can use GD2 instead - the quality is pretty much the same.

Yup, I'm using GD2. I was hoping maybe another LinkSky user might have already solved this.
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