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Jul
21
accepted Strange GD error when working on PNG images from PHP on FreeBSD
Jul
20
comment Strange GD error when working on PNG images from PHP on FreeBSD
Recursive rebuild did not fix the problem, sadly. I tried earlier by rebuilding all dependencies of php5-gd, but that had no effect either.
Jul
20
comment Strange GD error when working on PNG images from PHP on FreeBSD
Was there anything in particular I should have noticed in UPDATING? I can't spot something related to this problem. I don't use portupgrade, but I'm running a sudo portmaster -ru graphics/png now to see if that'll fix it.
Jul
20
comment Strange GD error when working on PNG images from PHP on FreeBSD
Okay, interesting – I've managed to get my image processing working by using imagemagic (the CLI util, not the pecl package). That could indicate that this might in fact be a PHP bug. shakes tiny fist at PHP
Jul
20
comment Strange GD error when working on PNG images from PHP on FreeBSD
The versions I mentioned are the latest available – I have tried the upgrade strategy already…
Jul
20
comment Strange GD error when working on PNG images from PHP on FreeBSD
Yeah, I already tried to rebuild php-gd with all of its dependencies. I think I might try something more… drastic. I have an upgrade to 7.2 I've been putting off for a while, so if I have to rebuild all my packages, that might be a good occation :)
Jul
20
comment Strange GD error when working on PNG images from PHP on FreeBSD
Well, it is the same with all PNG images I've tried. And as far as I can see, the error message is exactly the same whether you output it to the log or to the screen.
Jul
18
revised Strange GD error when working on PNG images from PHP on FreeBSD
Elaborated PHP code, library versions.
Jul
18
asked Strange GD error when working on PNG images from PHP on FreeBSD
Jul
16
awarded  Self-Learner
Jul
11
comment Installing and running MySql on FreeBSD
There's no invoke-rc.d on FreeBSD – at least not on my system – but if you find the correct rc.d dir, there should be a shell script. For packages installed through ports, it is usually the /usr/local/etc/rc.d
Jul
11
awarded  Commentator
Jul
11
comment Installing and running MySql on FreeBSD
I hope you are aware that you're running a bleeding edge version of MySQL. If you're using the MySQL for anything important, I'd highly recommend to switching to the more stable 5.0 series :)
Jun
26
awarded  Beta
Jun
12
comment Ubuntu Server - How Do I Request a new IP From my DHCP Server?
He's talking about the DHCP client, not the server.
Jun
6
comment in house DNS server
Well, all systems have risks. Flat files might get corrupted, databases might go down. There's performance tradeoffs to flat files, especially if your zones change a lot or have a lot of records. So if you only have a few simple zones, I'd agree that having an RDBMS might be overkill.
Jun
1
revised in house DNS server
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Jun
1
answered in house DNS server
May
15
awarded  Student
May
5
revised How to install Java JRE on FreeBSD with as few dependencies as possible
Making the title match the answer better.