Index of /download/delegates. [ICO], Name · Last modified · Size · Description. [ PARENTDIR], Parent Directory, -. [ ], , , . Hi everyone, I just installed ImageMagick on a Ubuntu (64 bit) Machine from the Unix source. It all seemed to have worked during the. I tried to replace the @[email protected] in \imagemagick\ with the absolute path to but it seems like convert is not using this.

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I did a lot more searching and found this answer.


You are making things a little too hard for yourself, here is a quick and dirty guide that ran well for me on Trusty Tahr: I know the images are OK.

What is your paypal email? I introduced a poll for a solution delegayes reduce this mistakes: I have ‘yum’ installed but not ‘apt-get’. I got past that by modifying the configure script to force jpeg compilation. You are making things a dflegates too hard for yourself, here is a quick and dirty guide that ran well for me on Trusty Tahr:.

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Then just running plain. The problem is with the installation I’ve built for my openwrt platform. Installed libpng via this also: Sign up using Facebook. Thanks for the tip. But you can find the delegates at: This does not quite catch everything so activate the Source repositories by clicking on ‘Souce Code’ here:.


Hi muru, thanks already did that, not working. I already have the jpeg-6b library compiled and installed I’m pretty sure that I pointed the ImageMagick build at the correct headers and that the correct library was available for linking. I do not want money, I prefer to do this as an Open Source thing but thanks for the thought: I installed the libpng delegate from: By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie PolicyPrivacy Policyand our Terms of Service.

I’m pretty confident that the issue is that the delegate is not installed in the correct path.

Or, at minimum, convert thinks the configure script gave instructions to build the jpeg delegate. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.

I don’t have a native toolchain for the target platform, so I have to cross-compile. I cannot get this working: Email Required, but never shown.

Nonetheless, convert refuses to process jpeg images: I have not tested thins answer for a while but I see a small stream of editors have been bumping the version: The jpeg tests in the imagemagick configure script insist on trying to compile and run code, which doesn’t work when cross-compiling since the code won’t run on the host platform.


Sign up using Email and Password. But I’m not sure which file is the required iamgemagick library, nor where the correct install path is located.

It looks like there is no delegate for PNG. I just re-tested that on another host that does have a working ImageMagick setup.

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Thanks — this mostly worked. This doesn’t work for me either. Dflegates only problem was I needed to install also the libpng-devel package. Which brings me back to my original question: I don’t know for certain whether that’s because the jpeg delegate library is not in the correct location, or whether there’s still a build problem.

Not sure what I am doing wrong? Plo” files in the build directorybut it doesn’t seem to get installed in the appropriate location.

I think the critical part for me was the known dependencies and sudo apt-get build-dep imagemagick.