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Posted on 2012-04-02
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I can only access ImageMagick as root using sudo.

This works:
sudo convert ...

But this does NOT work:
convert ...

How can I make ImageMagick available without using sudo?

I run FreeBSD.
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Question by:hankknight
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Maciej S earned 500 total points
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You can always add setuid to convert.

But - what does it mean "this does NOT work"? What output do you get when running "convert" as normal user without sudo?
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