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imagemagick problem "no decode delegate for this image format" error message

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imagemagick problem:

I get the following error when using convert for jpeg file:

"convert: no decode delegate for this image format"

Any ideas on how to fix?  Thanks.......
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Basically this means that the code for dealling with the *.jpeg image format cannot be found.

If you are using gallery, then this is a known bug, and you'll probably need to downgrade IM:

http://gallery.menalto.com/node/143

Otherwise, you need to ensure that the following packages are instaleld on your system:

libjpeg-devel-6b-30
libjpeg-6b-30

(or equivalent). They should exist on your install disc, or you can apt-get/yum install depending on your distribution.

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Thank you very much.  I had to install libjpeg-devel-6b-30.  I appreciate your help!  =)
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A pleasure;)

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