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How to make khtml2png work?

Posted on 2007-03-20
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Under CentOS + Apache, download the khtml2png-2.0.6.tar.gz but dun know what to do next...

tried ./configure --prefix=/usr/local

but it said "rm: cannot remove ..." x 4 and
"./configure: line 2: cmake: command not found"
"./configure: line 3: cmake: command not found"
then END.

What can I do next, and the complete steps? I'm new to Linux so please help even if this is a stupid Q, thx!
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Install the cmake package via your package managment tool
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I hope that you don't find this as rude as it's meant to be helpful advise, but this question hardly relates to "PHP and Databases" as the topic describes. This question would be one more appropriate for either the 'Linux' topic area or even the 'Apache' area under Web Servers.

As for your problem, it would appear that you don't have cmake installed on your system. Perhaps go and install the rpm of cmake. I don't know Linux that well, so as to exactly how to do that, I don't quite know, but that at least is the reason for the cmake issue in your configure responses.

~AB~
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