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ImageMagick

Problem:

Is ImageMagick installed on my account?

Solution:

ImageMagick is installed on all of our hosting servers, located at:
              /usr/bin/convert
        
You can check versions with the following command:
             convert -version 
        
The ImageMagick/MagickWand extension for PHP is also available all servers. To invoke it, verify you have the following variable set in your php.ini:

              extension_dir = '/usr/lib64/php/modules'
        
Then, add the following line to your php.ini:
              extension=magickwand.so
        

For further information on configuring your account with the php.ini file, please see the article How do I change the PHP environment for my site with php.ini?.



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