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GD Libary and PHP Problems

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by pikake069, Mar 15, 2006.

  1. pikake069

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    I posted this in the cPanel forum, but didn't get much of a response... (Maybe it's to newbish of a question, so I am posting here)

    I installed cPanel a couple of months ago, and am now noticing the the GD libarys are not loaded or installed...

    Steps I have done

    Did a fresh install of Cpanel on with a Centos-3 OS
    used:
    cd /home
    wget http://layer1.cpanel.net/latest

    I followed http://www.webhostgear.com/3_print.htm for basic server config. (Thanks)

    Anyways, I haven't had a need for a GD libary untill now, but I keep getting GD Libarys not installed....

    I looked in the whm for some sort of GD config but found none

    Anyways, I need a little bit of help on what to do next (I am sure all that is required is to install the GD libary somehow and add a couple lines in the php.ini file), but I am a bit lost in the world of *inx

    I do know how to do some basic command line stuff, but that is the extent of knowlage...

    Sources I have found but don't know how to do or how to inturprate...

    http://www.php.net/manual/en/ref.image.php

    Is there a way to do this in the php.ini file? or a command line promp?.. If its only a command line thing, what directory is the configure file located?

    My current phpinfo

    http://eq2.personalsig.com/phpinfo.php

    Thanks...

    Jasmine
     
  2. hari_anj

    hari_anj Member

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    You can re compile apache for GD support through WHM -> Apache Update
    or you can recompile with the help of script /scripts/easyapache
     
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