Yesterday, I got a warning on my blog dashboard, told me that one recommended plugins has not been installed/configured. It is Imagick plugins.
Imagick: The PHP ImageMagick Extension
The ImageMagick extension, called Imagick when referring to the PHP extension, is a native PHP extension to create and modify images using the ImageMagick API.
To install this extension, run the following commands as your server’s root user (I’m using Ubuntu server):
sudo apt-get -y install gcc make autoconf libc-dev pkg-config sudo apt-get -y install libmagickwand-dev sudo pecl7.4-sp install imagick
When prompted with:
Please provide the prefix of Imagemagick installation [autodetect] :
just press Enter; do not type a prefix (that is, allow autodetect).
Once installed, create a configuration file for the extension and restart PHP by running the following commands as root:
sudo bash -c "echo extension=imagick.so > /etc/php7.4-sp/conf.d/imagick.ini" sudo service php7.4-fpm-sp restart
fIf you are using other PHP version, just replace all 7.4 with yours.