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Where is GD on the Fedora Core 3 DVD?

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Or do I need to download the package instead?
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by:matt_mcswain
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Hmm, should be there.
Have you tried

locate gd

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Or else
http://download.fedora.redhat.com/pub/fedora/linux/core/3/i386/os/Fedora/RPMS/
making an assumption about your hardware.
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I don't really want to download it after the fact.... I want php to be compiled with GD support. The easiest way to do that is to make sure I install it during the OS installation. In order to do that I need to find out where the GD package is... I mean, under which package group is it? I can't seem to find it. Thanks for your help.
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matt_mcswain earned 2000 total points
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Hmm, I can't find my FC3 cd's to tell you specifically where it is. In one of the rpm folders, but I know what you me.

It really is trivial to install it after the fact though.
Download and:

rpm -ivh php-gd*.rpm

or even let yum do it for you:

yum install php-gd

php might not come w/ gd support. I installed FC3 on a system a few months and it didn't, although it's possible I missed something.

Few minutes later..... :)
Looks like it isn't-->http://typo3.mitka.us/fedora.php



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I have done it after-the-fact but that but that doesn't allow php to be precompiled with gd support. I want it all done in one fell swoop.
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Pls help, I really need this.
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I wasn't using yum to install it previously... but when I tried your yum suggestion it worked perfectly. Thanks!
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