Bill Brennick wrote:

> ./configure --with-mysql=/usr/local/mysql --with-apache=../apache_1.3.22
> --with-xml --with-zlib --with-gd=/usr/lib --with-jpeg-dir=/usr/lib
> --with-png-dir=/usr/lib

For better or worse, configure does *NOT* crap out if you specify 
--with-xxx-dir and it can't find it.  configure just prints out a message 
that it couldn't cope and goes on with life.

> However,  I still keep getting the following message everytime I use
> an app that uses GD (For example, jpgraph)
> Have looked into everything:   php.ini's, apache config's, etc...

Check config.log and config.cache and config.... mumble (There's another 
config.soemthingorother that tells you what got compiled in, I think) in 
the PHP source directory to see what did or didn't work.

Also, you have to edit the Makefile of GD to get all the toys you want  not 
the prettiest way to install software.

Take heart -- It *can* be done, and I've even succeeded sometimes after 
many, many tries, so it can't be too tricky :-)

Never have gotten a to work, though... :-(

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