Coming over from years of working on CentOS 5/6/7. And a Unix heritage that is best described as BSD, SunOS and Solaris.
I’ve been wondering where the NTP daemon went. I just discovered “chronyd”. So I think I have the answer for my first need.
Building new virtuals from a Rocky Linux 8.5 minimal install and adding packages.
Been using yum and its subcommands to handle package management. Not really familiar with dnf, but it also seems to be linked to yum, so maybe I need to learn more about dnf to get into the mainstream thought process here?
The main problem and my second need is that despite installing a number of packages for ImageMagick and other things named php-, Wordpress is still not finding ImageMagick support despite having the ImageMagick packages installed.
I am currently trying to find the proper .ini file for the PHP extension for ImageMagick. Apparently it has a name similar to 20-imagick.ini and should install in /etc/php.d?
Or maybe what I should be asking is what package have I forgotten?
To answer the question, what am I trying to do- I want to resolve the modules that Wordpress’ site health tool reports on in the Media Handling category. I’ve resolved all the other ones except ImageMagick by adding the package named php-. The modules being gd, zip and intl.
Another habit that is coming up with questions about where to look for details, is about /var/log, the defacto place for system logs. If a grep in here doesn’t produce the details, it seems I can get them from “journalctl -xe”?
to find system logs that I can’t find a presence in /var/log for.