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The instructions say to look in admin>>server info under configuration. I don't see anything labeled library or GD. I have PHP 5.0.2. Is it there but labeled something cryptic? If I don't have it, how do I get it?


I'm reminded of sleepless in Seattle where Tom Hank's character asks his friend to explain tiramisu... :blink: like I'm missing something that should be ridiculously obvious.

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If you already have a phpinfo.php file somewhere run it and look to see GD is installed. If not copy this into a file with a .php extension and run it.







Everything's funny but nothing's a joke...

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Well duh, yes you should see it in server info (which is phpinfo, my bad :-"




GD Support enabled

GD Version bundled (2.0.28 compatible)

FreeType Support enabled

FreeType Linkage with freetype

T1Lib Support enabled

GIF Read Support enabled

GIF Create Support enabled

JPG Support enabled

PNG Support enabled

WBMP Support enabled

XBM Support enabled


Or something like that...


If you don't see it ask you provider to install it.




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Everything's funny but nothing's a joke...

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