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Sep
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awarded  Autobiographer
Mar
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comment I have compiled ImageMagick on my CentOS, and RMagick won't install
Hmmmm! That should have worked. Question: If you type ./configure --help, does it list any configure options for ImageMagick specifically? If so, you may be able to point directly at the ImageMagick directory in /usr/local from the configure script.
Nov
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awarded  Teacher
Nov
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comment I have compiled ImageMagick on my CentOS, and RMagick won't install
Well, the compiler invocations are all happening through the gem command (you force the compiler to look in alternate locations with the -I flag, but this user is not using the compiler directly) and its best to set things up with the configure command such that goodness occurs without having to alter anything else. Using the PKG_CONFIG_PATH env variable that configure keeps screeching about may do the trick if there is a MagickCore.pc file available. "find /usr -name MagickCore.pc" and then see if it exists, then add the dir it's in with "setenv PKG_CONFIG_PATH /path/to/where/find/found/it"
Nov
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answered I have compiled ImageMagick on my CentOS, and RMagick won't install
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