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I installed both php and gd but i dont get the support of gd to php
Could u plz tell me how to get the support
Actually there r some instuctions where u can build both php and gd then add support using ./configure --bla bla
but I want it from the packages itself
I mean i installed both .tgzs. what shud i do to gt the support
for information I installed first php the gd
thanks in anticipation
I am using slackware 10.0
I installed php from http://linuxpackages.net
and when i run the script u have given it shows the following error
The image “http://localhost/php/line1.php” cannot be displayed, because it contains errors.
so wat do u think i shud do
Most likely you're not sending the right content-type header. Could you post the script in question so somebody can check it out? Or try it on a known-working server.
FWIW, a good 25% of the content on my webpage is dynamically generated graphical content by PHP. I compiled my own PHP, but I used the pre-compiled GD library for it. I'm using GD extensively, most obviously in the gallery which generates thumbnails on the fly and is able to resize pictures dynamically from the original source.