PHP module gd: Missing #112

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anon2903 opened this Issue Nov 19, 2016 · 7 comments

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@anon2903

Everything is green apart from this. I'm using php5.

@digininja
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Have you tried searching for installing gd in php 5?

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Everything is green apart from this. I'm using php5.


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@anon2903

I tried sudo apt-get install php5-gd but I get this
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Did you update with apt-get update and apt-get dist-upgrade first?

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I tried sudo apt-get install php5-gd but I get this
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@anon2903

Just did that now. Still getting the error

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Most solutions I can see suggest uninstalling php5 and putting it all in
again starting with the gd library.

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Just did that now. Still getting the error


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@mike-bailey

Looks like it depends on a later version of PHP5, can you not update it any higher?

To clarify, also, apt-get update then apt-get upgrade. dist-upgrade would upgrade the entire distro. You just need the new version of PHP5.

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upgrade or dist-upgrade just depends on how up-to-date you want to be.
dist-upgrade would force everything to the latest version and so is more
likely to pull the packages into line to fix dependencies.

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Looks like it depends on a later version of PHP5, can you not update it
any higher?

To clarify, also, apt-get update then apt-get upgrade. dist-upgrade would
upgrade the entire distro. You just need the new version of PHP5.


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