My experience is that GD is one of the programs that should
be installed by RPM. Alot of strange things happen when
you try to compile manually. Try www.rpmfind.net.
When you compile manually GD is often installed in a
directory where for instance PHP can't find it.
This is probably not true all the time, but it is my experience.
You can ofcourse also override the directory where GD is
installed if you compile manually. You need to find the correct
directory first, though.
I read the requirements of this scripts
HAMweather Pro needs the same requirements as HAMweather with one exception. The Perl GD module must be installed on your server for the dynamic maps to be generated. If you are not sure if the Perl GD module is installed on your server then contact your system administrator.
The GD module can be found at http://www.perl.com or users of ActiveState Perl (Windows users usually) can use the PPM routine to install the GD module.
I think what I need to install is Perl GD module.
I have RH Linux 7.1, and I'm not sure which Perl GD module to download and install. If you have a minute, can you tell me the file to download?