The GLI's test to see if ImageMagick is installed is fairly simple: it
just runs "identify -version". Assuming you can run this from a new
terminal and get a sensible result, this should work, but it could be
failing incorrectly for some reason.
Try creating a new collection, adding an image, then building it. If
this succeeds then we'll know that everything is working apart from the
GLI test, otherwise we'll have to check your ImageMagick installation
All the best,
Rich Robinson wrote:
> On OSX 10.2.8 I successfully installed ImageMagick 5.5.7, ran the
> standard test to be sure it works. However, Greenstone's GLI puts up
> the message that it can't locate ImageMagick. I've added the
> ImageMagick directory to my path variable as well as the usr/localbin
> directory that contains "convert".
> Any help on getting Greenstone to recognize IM would be welcome!
> Rich R.
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