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Installing ImageMagick on OS X
The quickest way to get ImageMagick running on OS X for Greenstone.
- Download Image magick [http://www.entropy.ch/software/macosx/#imagemagick]
- open .dmg
- install package
- open term
- type sudo bash
- edit /etc/profile to include /usr/local/bin in the path (you will have to use and editor in term - try vi or emacs) so it looks something like this PATH="/bin:/sbin:/usr/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/local/bin"
- save and exit
- Restart the GLI in a new term window.
No more 'imagemagick not installed' complaints!
Happy image collection building.
PS your /etc/profile should have these two lines: