Originally Posted by Chuck S
If you have your processor set to Imagemagick in global options and uploads work then you dont need to go any further.
You set which processor to use in Admin => Global Options.
You enter the path to mogrify in Admin => Config Settings
Your path entered should be
Yes, I have imagemagick selected right where I previously indicated in Global Options.
Chuck, just to be clear, earlier in this thread I posted that I had the following settings:
/usr/bin/mogrify in the Path for MOGRIFY executable
Then, just now, I went to go change it to what you just said, which adds the word "local:"
So, it is now set to exactly, literally, these words (I assume you meant "local" literally):
However, when I went to go upload a BMP I still get this error:
PIC.bmp: Uploaded file not found |
Typical reason is that the file exceeded allowed limits.
I don't know what to do at this point. My host said:
There is no difference between your hosting and anyone else. Everyone has exactly the same. Its not like we compile a new "hosting package" for each account. The server has items installed on it and every account on the server has access to them. |
Make sure you have your path to imagemagick correct, it should be: "/usr/local/bin"