Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 145221
php does not have GD support
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:10:58 EST
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Description of problem:
No GD commands work in php 4.3.10 even though '--with-gd=shared' '
for all GD commands get "Fatal error: Call to undefined function:
gd_info() in ..........."
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
Actual Results: Fatal error: Call to undefined function: gd_info()
I know it sounds obvious but what does "rpm -q gd" say (just so we can rule it out)?
rpm -q gd = gd-2.0.28-1.30.1
(I assume you are using the default FC3 version of FC3 rather than one which is
What is the output of rpm -qa | grep php?
I use the downloaded version without any changes. I have been using the update
program. The original version was built around the end of December. I only
noticed php not having GD support around January 10th.
(I have no knowledge of how to hand compile Fedora. I am a new user of
rpm -qa | grep php = NOTHING
Oops sorry its:
rpm -qa | grep php =
Per the release notes, the PHP GD extension is now in a separate
package, php-gd. Run:
# yum install php-gd