I actually got this to work by changing ./extensions to c:\php\extensions.
Still don't know where the ./ is relative to. There is no error on starting
However, at the code lines:
line 161> $file=$img[$y];
line 162> $src_img=ImageCreateFromJPEG($file);
I get error:
imagecreatefromjpeg: Unable to open 'images/R0012448.JPG' for reading in
c:\program files\apache group\apache\htdocs\pics\apics3.php on line 162
and it fails on:
with 'unknown function'.
The manual says:
the function imagerotate() is available when php is built with bundled gd.
So this function won't be available when you (or your webhosting) build the
php gd support with external gd packages, either from the distribution CD or
built php using '--with-gd', not '--with-gd=DIR' to have this function
This behaviour exist up to php-4.3.3.
I have php 4.3.28. So is it a solution to change to 4.3.3 as there is
something about "Upgraded the bundled GD library to version GD 2.0.15" in
the announcements: http://www.php.net/release_4_3_3.php.
From: Dillon, John
Sent: 24 October 2003 15:22
To: '[EMAIL PROTECTED]'
Subject: Configuring GD for Windows: image functions
Could someone suggest where I am going wrong in configuring GD for Windows
Ruunning Apache 1.3.2 and PHP 4.3.28
Apache httpd.conf says:
LoadModule php4_module c:/PHP/php-4.3.2-Win32/sapi/php4apache.dll
php.ini is only in c:\WINNT and says
When I start Apache it says:
...unable to load ./extensions\php_gd2.dll ...could not be found
This file (773KB 27/08/02) is in:
for good measure.
php.ini in c:\winnt says:
; Directory in which the loadable extensions (modules) reside.
extension_dir = "./extensions"
For Windows users who wants to enable the GD libary:
It took me some while to figure this out, but in the end it worked (and
still does) great.
1. First download the latest (stable recommended) version of php
2. Unzip to f.ex c:\php\
3. Now you should have a file in c:\php\ that's named php.ini.dist (or
something like that). Rename that to php.ini and copy t to the root of your
4. Open the php.ini file (the easiers way is to open the run promnt at your
start menu and just type php.ini and hit enter).
5. Search (ctrl+f) for extension_dir. The default value is set to "./",
make it to "./extensions"
6. Now you need to find where in the php.ini the modules for Windows is
located. Search for gd.
7. Remove the ; char infront of this line: extension=php_gd2.dll
8. Try make a php script with some image functions and see if it works.
F.ex $im = imageCreate("test.jpg");
If you get a message that says something like imageCreate function doesn't
exist the gd libary is not loaded.
9. That's all. Have fun using GD in Windows :)
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