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thank you SO much for these helpful suggestions.
The simplest way to go about this is to run Marc Liyanage's PHP installer:
create a new page called info.php. then add this code:
<?php phpinfo(); ?>
make sure that it is in your ~/Sites directory somwhere. then, navigate to it. it will list everything that is compiled in. if GD isn't there, i think Marc Lyniage's (entropy.ch) verison of php has it pre-compiled.
Basically you need to rebuild PHP, replacing your old PHP. On Mac OS X, there's the easy way, and the hard way:
(1) EASY see Mark Liyange's package installer, which will install and rebuild PHP for you using the Mac OS X Installer.
Fortunately for you, he's already included GD support in the package.
(2) HARD - rebuild PHP manually, using command-line. You'll have to find yourself instructions on how to to build PHP with GD support-- I believe they are somewhere on developer.apple.com or Apple's support site -- it requires you to get intimate with the PHP rebuilding process in Terminal, may or may not be intimidating and/or worth-it.
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