I have been trying to do a very simple procedure in PHP, using ImageMagick, that just does not seem to work. It will work in my shell on the command line, but will not work in PHP. Here is what I am trying to do from the command line - composite two images: "montage [url removed, login to view] [url removed, login to view] [url removed, login to view]" As I said, this works perfectly on my web server's command line. However, when I try to do the same thing in PHP using the "shell_exec()" command (or any of it's cousin commands) it simply does nothing. No resultant output, etc. FTP access will be given to any interested parties who wish to tackle this problem, though I cannot give shell access to the direct command line. Thanks all! Take care, Andrew
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