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DotHQ 01-15-2009 07:18 AM

image magick install help needed
 
I'm trying to find image magic for a CentOS box.
yum install imagemagic does not find anything.

Does anyone know the correct package name for image magic?

Any other suggestions as to what the problem might be?

acid_kewpie 01-15-2009 07:19 AM

it's called ImageMagick. You got it right in the title and then went astray!

colucix 01-15-2009 07:23 AM

It is ImageMagick (with two upper case characters). If you first try the list command of yum, it will list installed and available packages in a case insensitive way. And you can also use wildcards (the name of the package is actually a pattern). For example:
Code:

$ yum list image*
<omitted>
Installed Packages
ImageMagick.i386                        6.2.8.0-4.el5_1.1      installed     
ImageMagick-perl.i386                    6.2.8.0-4.el5_1.1      installed     
Available Packages
ImageMagick-c++.i386                    6.2.8.0-4.el5_1.1      base           
ImageMagick-c++-devel.i386              6.2.8.0-4.el5_1.1      base           
ImageMagick-devel.i386                  6.2.8.0-4.el5_1.1      base


acid_kewpie 01-15-2009 07:26 AM

the yum command there shows that it's not case sensitive though...

DotHQ 01-20-2009 08:23 AM

Interesting. i didn't think I had to have the k on the end. I thought it would be like:
yum install imagemagic*
but obviously it does not work that way.
Thanks for your help. I got it now.

ps. sorry for the long delay in replying. Fun got in the way of work. :D

pixellany 01-20-2009 08:35 AM

I just installed CentOS 5.2 and ImageMagick was installed by default....

DotHQ 01-20-2009 09:02 AM

It was installed by default on mine also. I was checking for it by typing:
rpm -qa | grep image and got nothing.
I had not used yum to check installed packages so I learned that from this thread also. Kewl. :D


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