Install Imagemagick Ubuntu
Bash error is simply: gs: command not found
The ImageMagick extension, called Imagick when referring to the PHP extension, is a native PHP extension to create and modify images using the ImageMagick API. To install this extension, run the following commands as your server's root user: sudo apt-get -y install gcc make autoconf libc-dev pkg-config sudo apt-get -y install libmagickwand-dev. The Alpine Linux Docker Image has advantages over the Ubuntu Image because of its relatively lower size and it provides almost all the functionalities that an Ubuntu Image can. In this article, we will see how to build an Alpine Linux Image. We will try to install MySQL client, Python 3, and Firefox inside the Alpine Linux Docker Container as well.
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I have gone into the delegates.xml file both in the /config and /lib/ImageMagick-6.6.5/config folders to correct the path to my local installation path of the gs binary. I have also tried creating a symbolic link to the gs binary but I'm not convinced I have executed that correctly.
Can anyone lend some advice on getting ImageMagick (installed locally) to pick up Ghostscript (installed locally)? Are there other locations that I need to correct for the ghostscript path? On an ImageMagick configure, Ghostscript is listed as NONE.