RE: [Tutorial] How to install and check Ghostscript to convert PDF to images (jpg/png)
I think it is a bug of ImageMagick as it priorizes the Registry first, then the delegates.xml - I had the same issue. You can ignore it.
Now, you are sure that Ghostcript is working well on your system. You can check the Wordpress plugin code where it gives error message "
Ghostcript is not supported" and fix that.
I guess the code tries to call a command to check but fails because of permissions.
RE: Ghostscript Setup for ImageMagick?
@wpfangirl : I've made a tutorial related to Ghostscript here:
Hope it help you to know more about how ImageMagick works with Ghostscript to sort your issue out.
[Tutorial] How to install and check Ghostscript to convert PDF to images (jpg/png)
Download Ghostscript Installer:
Install it to default location:
Note: The Ghostscript Installer will create an entry in Registry "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\GPL Ghostscript\9.10" which contains GS_DLL & GS_LIB keys and ImageMagick use them to find proper binary to call.
- Open Laragon's Terminal
- Go to Ghostscript's bin folder
cd "C:\Program Files\gs\gs9.10\bin"
- Test making pdf file from ps
..\lib\ps2pdf ..\examples\tiger.eps C:\tiger.pdf
You should have the file
Test converting from PDF to png:
- Go to where you extracted ImageMagick, go to its bin folder - where the convert.exe file is located (ImageMagick-6.9.3-7-vc14-x64\bin) and run
convert C:\tiger.pdf C:\tiger.png
If you see the file
RE: OPCache causing Apache to Crash
Can you test with PHP 7.1.11 Non Thread Safe (nts):
RE: Failure start, because im upgrade php-7.1.9 to php-7.1.11-Win32-VC14-x64
@Ridhwan-Ginanjar : There are 3 ways to fix it:
bin\apache2then reinstall Laragon
- Install another Apache version:
- Install PHP 7.1.11 Non Thread Safe (nts):