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samstone

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After several months of using Geeklog, I still haven't yet figured out how to get my images resized when uploading with a story. I use ImageMagick, which works with Gallery, and 4images perfectly. My ImageMagick version is 5.5.5 upgraded from 5.5.2 which also didn't work. If I resize it offline, it loads without problem, therefore it is not the directory permission problem. I have read articles with similar problem, but there was no answer for them either. Please help. Sam
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For starters it would help if you described what your actual problem is ... Did you set it up properly (in config.php)? Do you get any error messages? bye, Dirk
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Yes. It is set up properly in the config. $_CONF['image_lib'] = '/usr/local/bin/'; // can be netpbm, imagemagick $_CONF['path_to_mogrify'] = '/usr/local/bin/mogrify'; The error message is: Image, 024_23.jpg had trouble being resized Thanks, Sam
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image_lib should be the name 'imagemagick' or 'netpbm', not the path. I was confused by the decription above asking for the path and in the same time showing a path '/usr/local/bin' by default. So I ended up trying all kinds of paths with out success. Now I can exhale! Sam
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sardu

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Have you tried running mogrify on the command line manually? (make a copy of the image file and run mogrify on the copy)

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$ cp 024_23.jpg copy_024_23.jpg
$ mogrify -geometry 200x200 copy_024_23.jpg
 

Toss the original file on a webserver somewhere and post the URL, maybe its corrupted somehow (or has tagged data fields that imagemagick can't deal with). I've come across images (especially 'supposed' JPG/JFIF files) that imagemagick would have no problem with on 9 out of 10 machines... or on versions 5.x.2, 5.x.4, but not 5.x.3

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