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wumingsden
Someone posted something earlier about Coppermine Photo Gallery. I have download it and (nearly finished) uploading it to my site...

But in the documentation of the Gallery it says:

Quote:

Minimum Requirements:

any webserver, Apache recommended (Coppermine has been reported to work with Apache, Microsoft Internet Information Server (IIS), Roxen WebServer, Abyss, JanaServer)
PHP 4.1.0 or better (NOTE: register_long_arrays must be enabled in php.ini for versions 5.0 + -- check with your webhost on this)
GD lib or Image Magick
mySQL 3.23.23 or better (4.x recommended). Don't confuse the client api version (which is shown in phpinfo) with the mySQL version!


I believe that I have all of them for the gallery but I'm not too sure about the "GD lib or Image Magick".

It does say:

Quote:
GD/GD2 are pretty much a standard feature at most webhosting services


But
Quote:
You cannot install ImageMagick if you are subscribing to a webhost.


Could someone please clarify on wether this is allowed?
Sunny
We do have GD enabled as this page confirms it

http://www.frihost.com/phpinfo.php.

I believe it comes bundled with PHP.
Bondings
Yeah, gd is installed on most servers, imagemagick a bit less. Frihost provides them both.
wumingsden
I have ran the install but then this comes up, do I need to enter a path? If so what is it, or does it have to be on my computer?

Quote:
Coppermine can use the ImageMagick 'convert' program to create thumbnails. Quality of images produced by ImageMagick is superior to GD1 but equivalent to GD2.

If ImageMagick is installed on your system and you want to use it, you need to input the full path to the 'convert' program below. On Windows the path should look like 'c:/ImageMagick/' (use / not \ in the path) and should not contain any space, on Unix is it something like '/usr/bin/X11/'.
Daniel15
The ImageMagick 'convert' program is located at /usr/bin/convert

So I'm assuming you'd need to enter /usr/bin/ in the box.
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