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From Polonkai Gergely <pol...@w00d5t0ck.info>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Set ENV path
Date Thu, 04 Jan 2007 23:01:28 GMT
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In that  case I think you should set the PATH variable. As far as I
remember, it should be done like this:

setenv("PATH", getenv("PATH").PATH_SEPARATOR."/dir/where/gs/resides");

However, this question is a bit off-topic I think, as it is not
related to apache, but PHP.

Regards,
Gergely

Kyle Quillen írta:
> What i am seeing is this in the error_log of apache however it
> works fine from the command line.
>
> [Thu Jan 04 17:41:54 2007] [notice] Apache/2.0.52 (CentOS)
> configured -- resuming normal operationssh: gs: command not found
> convert: Postscript delegate failed `ocrs/Court
> Cases_1/ENV00001/ENV00001/newocr/tiff/ENV00001.pdf'. sh: gs:
> command not found convert: Postscript delegate failed `ocrs/Court
> Cases_1/ENV00001/ENV00001/newocr/tiff/ENV00002.pdf'. sh: gs:
> command not found convert: Postscript delegate failed `ocrs/Court
> Cases_1/ENV00001/ENV00001/newocr/tiff/ENV00003.pdf'. convert:
> missing an image filename `document_20070104174246.pdf
>
> Sorry i know it is jumbled up.  I am passing on your previous email
> to my developers.
>
> On Thu, 2007-01-04 at 23:51 +0100, Polonkai Gergely wrote: I think
> that, if you use gs only once, to write the whole path of the
> binary in the php script. E.g passthru("/usr/bin/gs with parameters
> if needed"); If gs is used more than once, you should create a
> variable, e.g $gs, and call passthru("$gs with parameters if
> needed");. And voila! You didn't need to change any ENV var at all
> :)
>
> Regards, Gergely
>
> Kyle Quillen írta:
>>>> Hello all,
>>>>
>>>> I have a standard Apache install with php and mysql support.
>>>>
> Everything
>>>> is working great except ghostscript.  I have narrowed down to
>>>>
> the fact
>>>> that I need to set the path to ghostscript in an apache
>>>> config file.
>>>>
>>>> i am not really sure where to do this can anyone help me out.
>>>>
> This is
>>>> setup for no virutal hosts just one standard site hosted in
>>>> /var/www
>>>>
>>>> Thanks Q
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
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