Running GIF enabled packages on Debian Woody
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It needs to be better formated.
- 1 Add this line to your /etc/apt/sources.list
- 2 Run "apt-get update"
- 3 Backup your typo3conf/localconf.php!
- 4 Customize localconf
- 5 Check if everything works
- 6 Optional tuning: Installing "turck-mmcache".
Add this line to your /etc/apt/sources.list
deb http://typo3.sunsite.dk/software/debian/ woody all
Run "apt-get update"
GraphicsMagick 1.1.2 (I prefer this one!)
Run "apt-get -u install graphicsmagick graphicsmagick-im-compat \ libgd2-xpm php4-gd2"
Run "apt-get -u install imagemagick-typo3-4.2.9 libgd2-xpm php4-gd2"
ImageMagick 18.104.22.168 with LZW support
Run "apt-get -u install imagemagick libgd2-xpm php4-gd2"
Restart Apache: "/etc/init.d/apache restart"
Backup your typo3conf/localconf.php!
Download this file and add the contents to the top of your typo3conf/localconf.php (but after the "<?php" tag, of course):
If there was already a line containing the "edit point token", make sure it does now only occur once. Therefore delete the upper one of them.
Make sure that there are no other lines that start with this:
As long as you're not sure, delete these lines (and remember that we have a backup of it...).
Check if everything works
Optional tuning: Installing "turck-mmcache".
This is recommended and works very well with TYPO3:
Simply run "apt-get -u install turck-mmcache"
and restart Apache when done.