I can understand since it was CentOS, but with Debian I thought it might come handy if you choose to install Imagemagick from source. NAH! – never think like that. For one of our project, my colleague requested me to upgrade this package I thought it will be good and easy, just shoot the command “apt-get install imagemagick” phew – I got no updates.
DebianLenny has a latest stable release of Imagemagick 6.6.0 and the current version is 6.6.9, AAH!.
Today I am going to talk about only installation of tools/apps required for LINUX Server. I have chosen DEBIAN, since it makes you intelligent ;-).
Okay, cool, now? First thing you have to buy a hosting space, there are quite a good people who provide this service – do a quick Google.
OKAY – Now let’s say you have got the hosting space and you have selected the DEBIAN (LENNY) OSand logged into the machine – remember DEBIAN is for intelligent & its not for human-beings means most of the tools/apps will require a separate installation. You have to dive deeper to figure out the tools you want and install them – this is interesting because it let’s you know things :-).
This blog post is recommended for those users who knows about LINUX SERVER & shouldn’t find the meaning of Debian in the dictionary.