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   * make, gcc, g++. [[https://​www.howtogeek.com/​105413/​how-to-compile-and-install-from-source-on-ubuntu/​|To install]] [[https://​askubuntu.com/​questions/​513349/​how-can-i-know-that-i-have-g-installed-in-my-ubuntu|on Ubuntu]]: ''​sudo apt-get install build-essential''​   * make, gcc, g++. [[https://​www.howtogeek.com/​105413/​how-to-compile-and-install-from-source-on-ubuntu/​|To install]] [[https://​askubuntu.com/​questions/​513349/​how-can-i-know-that-i-have-g-installed-in-my-ubuntu|on Ubuntu]]: ''​sudo apt-get install build-essential''​
   * To save the time it takes to compile gnome-lib, you can also use the pre-compiled ''​gnome-lib-minimal''​ as in the instructions below.   * To save the time it takes to compile gnome-lib, you can also use the pre-compiled ''​gnome-lib-minimal''​ as in the instructions below.
-  * If you have issues compiling ''​imagemagick''​ with Greenstone, then on Ubuntu you can let its [[https://​idroot.us/​install-imagemagick-ubuntu-20-04/​|package manager install imagemagick]] for you:\\ <​code>​ sudo apt update +  * If you have issues compiling ''​imagemagick''​ with Greenstone, then on Ubuntu you can let its [[https://​idroot.us/​install-imagemagick-ubuntu-20-04/​|package manager install imagemagick]] for you:\\ <​code>​ 
- sudo apt upgrade +sudo apt update 
- sudo apt install imagemagick+sudo apt upgrade 
 +sudo apt install imagemagick
 </​code>​ </​code>​