How to Install ImageMagick 7 on Debian and Ubuntu

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1 Response

  1. Clive says:

    Hi! Is there a reason for not doing it this simple way?

    $ sudo apt-get install imagemagick imagemagick-doc
    

    I had done it the way you described but then it wasn’t available in my web CMS (I was probably too stupid to link it properly). So I searched again and found the above mentioned way which was way faster and just worked. Now the website can use it.

    The 2nd question would now be: what do I need to uninstall/delete if I want to get rid of the installation as listed above?

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