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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by jackal, Jan 25, 2003.

  1. jackal

    jackal Well-Known Member
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    looking for path to mogrify for photopost ?

    photopost config needs a path to mogrify.exe

    for image-magick

    any ideas anyone?
     
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    I don't know about mogrify.exe, but you might check for the binary here /usr/X11R6/bin/mogrify or /usr/local/bin/mogrify


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    The way it looks it is not installed there.
    Found something here http://www.photopost.com/installgms.html

    anyone have this installed?
     
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    Are you installing on linux server? not sure if cpanle is available for windoze yet but if on linux you don't need the .exe, just use locate command to find mogrify, mine is the /usr/X11R6/bin/mogrify which is what you would use in photopost
     
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    I have it installed. You can do a &which mogrify& in a ssh session and it will tell you the path. I think it's /usr/local/bin
    Make sure you actually have ImageMagick installed.
     
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    You can also install it locally, without root. they have pretty good instructions on the site.

    Glenn
     
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    if you have root access log into the WHM and go down to install a perl module. Type in Image::Magick it will display a list of a cupple diffrent things... Click Image::Magick, it will install image magick as well as morgify


    you can also log in as root via ssh and do run this

    mkdir /home/cpimagemagick;cd /home/cpimagemagick/;wget http://layer1.cpanel.net/magick.tar.gz;/scripts/installrpm ImageMagick;/scripts/installrpm ImageMagick-devel;cd magick;./install
     
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    :) easy way is to locate the rpm on rpm find, copy url, ssh to server use wget to download rpm then install.

    Never felt confident about whm for installing perl module, also found it confusing.
     
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    Thanks guys for all the help, we have it installed via SSH.

    Thanks Again
     

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