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Requirements GD and php?

Thread began 5/24/2009 10:03 am by olle189996 | Last modified 5/30/2009 4:32 am by olle189996 | 1820 views | 4 replies


Requirements GD and php?

I have a little question about the reqirements of GD library and php on my local machine.

I'm trying to upload two images at the same time. one large image and one thumb to different locations. I do this by making two uploads on the same form post.

This works ok on the remote server. And on my local macine with MAMP 1.72.
But not with the leopard websharing and php (Entropy PHP 5.2.9-7). With that only one of the images is uploaded. The first one.

So I think it is some setting in the php.ini perhaps? So what do I need for settings for that? Or how can I figure out what is wrong?

I rather run with the leopard installation of apache and php than MAMP.


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