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Old 02-07-2004, 11:16 PM   #1
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help installing ImageMagick w/out xwin

I have installed ImageMagick onto my web server. However, since I don't have xwin installed, it stated that it needed these dependencies:

So I installed the file with rpm -Fvh file --nodeps. My program that needs imagemagick doesn't see that I have it installed. What at this point do I need to do to get it running? I don't want to install unnecessary xwin packages on a webserver that only runs command line.
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The files won't hurt the server ... all you need
to do is leave 3 as your default runlevel.

installed != running ...

Imagemagick WON'T work without those files.

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I found what I needed. XFree86-libs-4.3.0-2.i386.rpm


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