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Bug Fix: Security codes missing problem
SecurityArtificialIntel writes "Hi Nukers.

Many people have been here saying that their security codes & pictures are missing on this site.

This is an issue which I am currently devoting much of my spare time to resolve, so if you can just be patient a little longer, I should have a solution fairly soon."
Posted on Wednesday, April 02 @ 19:18:16 CEST by [RETIRED]chatserv
 
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Re: Security codes missing problem (Score: 1)
by Lateron on Wednesday, April 02 @ 21:41:32 CEST
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I managed to get into phpnuke.org for a few minutes earlier and found this forum post relating to the missing security block image:

"I had the same exact issue, and I fixed it. The problem it seems is with PHP .. PHP distribution (and I use 4.3.1) comes with GD libraries, and the default GD config in PHP doesn't have the JPEG support enabled by default. So I have recompiled PHP on my linux box with following ./configure options added besides the usual:
Code:
--with-gd=/usr/local --with-jpeg-dir=/usr/local
(my gd and libjpeg was installed with /usr/local prefix, change the path where your libraries would be)"


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