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You don't need to delete the file and lose all the associations. You could just remove the lines that associate PDF to imagemagick. I just removed the following lines, and it worked! image/pdf=display-im6.desktop image/pdf=display-im6.q16.desktop;display-im6.desktop;
this did the trick for me... sudo apt-get install php5-imagick sudo service apache2 reload
The following works for me... The first installs ImageMagick on the server. The second installs the PHP 5 ImageMagick module. The third restarts your Apache configuration. sudo apt-get install imagemagick sudo apt-get install php5-imagick sudo service apache2 graceful UPDATE: Looking at your original question, you may need to simply run the last ...
Due to the mentioned page in your question Usage … A helper script named Magick++-config is installed under Unix which assists with recalling compilation options required to compile and link programs which use Magick++. … I believe, you looking for the following: % apt-file search Magick++-config graphicsmagick-libmagick-dev-compat: ...
The following command (apt-file) works if you know the name of a needed file, but not necessarily the package name. However, if you know the package name, it works with that too. ... "apt-file find" would be used to look for what specific file (of a package) is installed via the command line. Then "apt-get install" (via the command line) would be used to ...
After installing libmagick++-dev: sudo apt-get install libmagick++-dev I ran: sudo apt-file find Magick++.h This gave me multiple hits, but the relevant one was: /usr/include/ImageMagick/Magick++.h
Let's see $ apt-cache search dev | grep magick libmagick++-dev - object-oriented C++ interface to ImageMagick - development files libmagickcore-dev - low-level image manipulation library - development files libmagickwand-dev - image manipulation library - development files php5-imagick - ImageMagick module for php5 graphicsmagick-libmagick-dev-compat - ...
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