For some reason I thought GD was installed by default onto the DFL production servers… and that PHP was configured accordingly. I was wrong. But lo and behold I found a very simple upgrade path.
% yum install gd-devel
% yum install php-gd
% /sbin/service httpd restart
Thanks… thats exactly what I was looking for. I had that problem for using Moodle platform.
Thanks. I love youuuuu
Thanks Old Matie
thx mate. trully golden rule that saved a lot lot trouble (compiling php etc…)
Thank you very much! you save me lots of time! i was used to recompile the whole thing! thanx again!
Thanks mate. Just installed in fedora 7
Really appreciate you posting this pointer. I’m so used to recompiling from scratch, and happened to stumble across this. (And seems I’m not the only one…) Cheers.
Thanks… that was it…….
I tried all of this, BUT I get errors.
Then any other install e.g. php-gd or gd its says “nothing to do” at the end
Fedora Core 5 linux
Thank you. Worked like a charm.
That usually means the package is already installed, and you are up to date.
Thank you so very much. Short sweet and to the point. Exactly what I needed.
Thanks for that – worked for me, the first part was already installed, just needed php-gd.
BTW, Im on FC9
This is it!!! 15 minutes in google search…
This article really nead some keywords:
yum install installing GD on php fedora core PHP GD support
This is very short and sweet to the point solution. Thanks a bunch.
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