How to enable SVG for php-imagick

Thanks!!! Remove with purge then install works for me (NC21, Ubuntu 20.04.2, PHP 7.4.9).

True but in the mean time you can docker exec into the nextcloud app container (if you annoyed with the warning like me), like in my case:

docker exec -it --user root nextcloud_app_1 apt update
docker exec -it --user root nextcloud_app_1 apt install imagemagick

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@jurgenhaas I’m having the same issue, could you detail your solution? What options did you use to enable SVG. Did you compile and manually install imagemagick or php-imagick? or both?

@christiancloud I’m not having a solution, unfortunately. When I posted this issue here, I tried everything possible. Installing, updating, reinstalling all sorts of components. With no luck.

But what’s even more strange: eventually the warning from NC 21 disappared. I really have no idea what “solved” the problem - I just know it wasn’t be, at least not intentional.

Reinstalling worked for me as well. Anyhow I had to reboot the server afterwards.

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Hi, I have the same issue with NC21 docker image. I can install libmagickcore-6.q16-6-extra and it works but I must do the same each time I restart the container.
Is it possible to fix it ?
Thank you.

I have a custom Nextcloud Docker image I use that extends the base image and adds GhostScript for PDF previews, clamdscan for AV (I run a separate ClamAV image), libmagickcore-6.q16-6-extra for SVG support, and a few other tweaks. Source code available on my GitLab and builds are in Docker Hub at koehn/nextcloud.

Enjoy!

This helped for me too. Thanks

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This worked for me with this particular issue. Thanks.

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It worked for me though.

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On my side this installation fixed the problem

IMHO the point here is: why there is a warning about the php-imagick missing if it is an “unsupported feature” due to security concerns ?
I can see the effect of the decision in the missing package(s) in the docker image but the warning is confusing (and annoying :smiley: )…
I think the issue is tracked here and here

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Worked for me too, thanks!

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I had the same issue and this resolved the problem.
Thanks!

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shouldn’t have to purge apps that are already installed in order to make this message go away.

imagemagick is already the newest version (8:6.9.7.4+dfsg-11+deb9u12).
php-imagick is already the newest version (3.4.4+php8.0+3.4.4-7+0~20210305.28+debian9~1.gbpdcb27b).

if there are security concerns regarding SVG then this message should not appear at all in the overview. no docker here just debian and apache2 along with php7.4…

Another thumbs up from me :slight_smile:
I have my green tick back at last.

Thanks! This helped me!

this solve my issue on ubuntu16.04, php7.4
sudo apt install libmagickcore-6.q16-2-extra

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This worked for me. Thanks! :+1:

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Thx, resolved the issue for me.

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