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    display command error

    i had installed imagemagick 6.7.6 and i tried to run display command but it give error message as below

    Version: ImageMagick 6.7.6-5 2012-04-16 Q16 http://www.imagemagick.org
    Copyright: Copyright (C) 1999-2012 ImageMagick Studio LLC
    Features: OpenMP

    Usage: display [options ...] file [ [options ...] file ...]

    Image Settings:
    -alpha option on, activate, off, deactivate, set, opaque, copy
    transparent, extract, background, or shape
    -antialias remove pixel-aliasing
    -authenticate password
    decipher image with this password
    -backdrop display image centered on a backdrop
    -channel type apply option to select image channels
    -colormap type Shared or Private
    -colorspace type alternate image colorspace
    -comment string annotate image with comment
    -compress type type of pixel compression when writing the image
    -define formatption
    define one or more image format options
    -delay value display the next image after pausing
    -density geometry horizontal and vertical density of the image
    -depth value image depth
    -display server display image to this X server
    -dispose method layer disposal method
    -dither method apply error diffusion to image
    -endian type endianness (MSB or LSB) of the image
    -filter type use this filter when resizing an image
    -format string output formatted image characteristics
    -geometry geometry preferred size and location of the Image window
    -gravity type horizontal and vertical backdrop placement
    -identify identify the format and characteristics of the image
    -immutable displayed image cannot be modified
    -interlace type type of image interlacing scheme
    -interpolate method pixel color interpolation method
    -label string assign a label to an image
    -limit type value pixel cache resource limit
    -loop iterations loop images then exit
    -map type display image using this Standard Colormap
    -monitor monitor progress
    -page geometry size and location of an image canvas
    -profile filename add, delete, or apply an image profile
    -quality value JPEG/MIFF/PNG compression level
    -quantize colorspace reduce colors in this colorspace
    -quiet suppress all warning messages
    -regard-warnings pay attention to warning messages
    -remote command execute a command in an remote display process
    -repage geometry size and location of an image canvas (operator)
    -respect-parentheses settings remain in effect until parenthesis boundary
    -sampling-factor geometry
    horizontal and vertical sampling factor
    -seed value seed a new sequence of pseudo-random numbers
    -set property value set an image property
    -size geometry width and height of image
    -texture filename name of texture to tile onto the image background
    -transparent-color color
    transparent color
    -treedepth value color tree depth
    -update seconds detect when image file is modified and redisplay
    -verbose print detailed information about the image
    -visual type display image using this visual type
    -virtual-pixel method
    virtual pixel access method
    -window id display image to background of this window
    -window-group id exit program when this window id is destroyed
    -write filename write image to a file

    Image Operators:
    -auto-orient automagically orient image
    -border geometry surround image with a border of color
    -clip clip along the first path from the 8BIM profile
    -clip-path id clip along a named path from the 8BIM profile
    -colors value preferred number of colors in the image
    -contrast enhance or reduce the image contrast
    -crop geometry preferred size and location of the cropped image
    -decipher filename convert cipher pixels to plain pixels
    -deskew threshold straighten an image
    -despeckle reduce the speckles within an image
    -edge factor apply a filter to detect edges in the image
    -enhance apply a digital filter to enhance a noisy image
    -equalize perform histogram equalization to an image
    -extract geometry extract area from image
    -flip flip image in the vertical direction
    -flop flop image in the horizontal direction
    -frame geometry surround image with an ornamental border
    -fuzz distance colors within this distance are considered equal
    -gamma value level of gamma correction
    -monochrome transform image to black and white
    -negate replace every pixel with its complementary color
    -normalize transform image to span the full range of colors
    -raise value lighten/darken image edges to create a 3-D effect
    -resample geometry change the resolution of an image
    -resize geometry resize the image
    -roll geometry roll an image vertically or horizontally
    -rotate degrees apply Paeth rotation to the image
    -sample geometry scale image with pixel sampling
    -segment value segment an image
    -sharpen geometry sharpen the image
    -strip strip image of all profiles and comments
    -threshold value threshold the image
    -thumbnail geometry create a thumbnail of the image
    -trim trim image edges

    Image Sequence Operators:
    -coalesce merge a sequence of images
    -flatten flatten a sequence of images

    Miscellaneous Options:
    -debug events display copious debugging information
    -help print program options
    -list type print a list of supported option arguments
    -log format format of debugging information
    -version print version information

    In addition to those listed above, you can specify these standard X
    resources as command line options: -background, -bordercolor,
    -borderwidth, -font, -foreground, -iconGeometry, -iconic, -mattecolor,
    -name, -shared-memory, -usePixmap, or -title.

    By default, the image format of `file' is determined by its magic
    number. To specify a particular image format, precede the filename
    with an image format name and a colon (i.e. ps:image) or specify the
    image type as the filename suffix (i.e. image.ps). Specify 'file' as
    '-' for standard input or output.

    Buttons:
    1 press to map or unmap the Command widget
    2 press and drag to magnify a region of an image
    3 press to load an image from a visual image directory
    display: delegate library support not built-in `' (X11) @ error/display.c/DisplayImageCommand/1908.

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    Re: display command error

    Welcome to the Ubuntu Forums

    Did you install imagemagick from the repositories with the terminal window command
    Code:
    sudo apt-get install imagemagick
    or did you download a file and install from it, or did you download a file and compile + install from it?

    Unless you know, that you need the latest and greatest features, I recommend the sudo apt-get install method, because you get a version that is tested in your particular version of Ubuntu.

    If you need more help, please let us know about your present version of Ubuntu, 11.10 or something else, test with
    Code:
    lsb_release -a
    if you are not sure.

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    Re: display command error

    Also, you only posted the output, not the command you tried. Tell us what command you typed, and also what you're trying to do. The output you posted is not an error message. It's just a help output when you havn't included enough information in your command.

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    Re: display command error

    i have 11.10 version of ubuntu and i have installed it in my sony vaio i5-64bit processor.
    I have installed it from a file by using commands i)./configure ii)make iii)sudo make install...but it fails when i want to display an image through terminal by using the command : display.

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    Re: display command error

    now i installed imagemagick by using the command ; sudo apt-get install imagemagick.
    But still when i use the command ; display in the teminal to display an image it gives the error message as;


    display: delegate library support not built-in `' (X11) @ error/display.c/DisplayImageCommand/1908.



    so now please give me a strong solution how to fix this froblem and i will be grateful to you....
    thanks...

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    Re: display command error

    Quote Originally Posted by llamabr View Post
    Also, you only posted the output, not the command you tried. Tell us what command you typed, and also what you're trying to do. The output you posted is not an error message. It's just a help output when you havn't included enough information in your command.
    +1
    Please tell us what command you typed, and also what you're trying to do! Otherwise it is hard to help you.

    Edit: does it work if you use display without options, with only a picture file as parameter? For example
    Code:
    display my-picture.jpg
    Last edited by sudodus; April 16th, 2012 at 06:26 AM.

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    Re: display command error

    yes when i want to run the command
    display flower.png
    then it shows the error message as
    display: delegate library support not built-in `' (X11) @ error/display.c/DisplayImageCommand/1908.


    and i am doing my thesis work on IMAGE PROCESSING.So it very important to fix this problem as soon as possible

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    Re: display command error

    Quote Originally Posted by deepaknaik143 View Post
    yes when i want to run the command
    display flower.png
    then it shows the error message as
    display: delegate library support not built-in `' (X11) @ error/display.c/DisplayImageCommand/1908.


    and i am doing my thesis work on IMAGE PROCESSING.So it very important to fix this problem as soon as possible
    I have been using imagemagick a lot in Ubuntu 10.04 LTS and Ubuntu Studio 11.04. I just tried it in 10.04. I can try it in 12.04 beta and post back. This next version will be LTS (long time support), and already a beta stage it is very good

    Edit: I tried it in Ubuntu 11.10 and it works for me. I also tried it in 12.04 beta, where I have several desktops. Right now Unity is not working, but the other desktops work (typical during the development stage).
    Last edited by sudodus; April 16th, 2012 at 09:07 AM. Reason: display works for me in 11.10

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