On Friday 22 November 2002 03:21, Scott Nagel wrote:
> I am trying to use the following piece of code:
> $img_resized = imagecreate($img_new_width, $img_new_height);
> $img_source =
> ImageCreateFromJpeg($pa_strDocroot.$pa_strReadFold."/".$this->Name);
> imagecopyresized($img_resized, $img_source, 0 , 0 , 0 , 0, $img_new_width,
> $img_new_height, $this->Width, $this->Height);
> The code runs fine on my Windows machine, but ImageCreateFromJpeg() errors
> on the server. I am sharing a server, and they have it set to not show any
> errors, so I can't tell you what the exact error message is.

Just use:

  ini_set("display_errors", TRUE);

somewhere near the top of your page.

> I have been
> able to establish that:
> - GD is installed--the other image functions work;
> - I believe it is a later version of GD that supports JPEGs, since
> ImageCreateFromJpeg exists as a function [does that follow?];
> - The paths are correct, since they work on my machine, and work in other
> places;
> - The write folder has full permissions set, just to be safe;

Don't forget it needs the execute flag set as well ('x').

> - The images in the read folder have read permissions set.


> Is there some sort of a temporary directory as well, where permissions have
> to be set? A few sites have mentioned a --with-jpeg-dir configuration
> setting. 

That's only of relevance when /compiling/ php. 

> Do the permissions for that need to be checked?


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