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    Hi,

    Sorry to dig this thread up but as my question is on the same topic it seemed a waste to create a new thread.

    I'd like to find out the imagemagik directory using SSH. But I don't know what to type in.

    I tried: grep | image (as instructed by a friend of a friend)

    However that didn't work. Any help would be much appreciated.
    Best Regards,

    Matthew M (matius4)

  • #2
    Uhhh... You started a new thread...

    In any case, you could start with "locate commandname". If that doesn't work, try "find / -name commandname" (this will take a long time but will search EVERYWHERE on your system).
    Jason Litka - Utter Ramblings

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    • #3
      Originally posted by jason|xoxide View Post
      Uhhh... You started a new thread...
      Actually I started it for him. Just got pulled away before I could put a note on it..

      OP: We actually prefer that people start new threads for their own issues. It is less confusing in the long run that way.
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      • #4
        Hello,

        Thanks Wayne I'll bear that in mind in the future. I did a search for "whereis convert" and found the information I was looking for.

        Cheers for all the help everyone. I'm glad I've got it sorted at last. It's been rather frustrating.
        Best Regards,

        Matthew M (matius4)

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