I had installed gd library and also given 755 permission to the files but i am getting 500 - error generating issue in my drupal

My site URL is http://vestcom.ca/dev/

One of example URL of error is http://vestcom.ca/dev/?q=sites/default/files/styles/cardealer-car-mini-thumbnail/public/property-photos/IMG_1373.JPG&itok=_DfNUQVW

If anybody have any idea about how do i debug this or how can i get image then please let me know.

closed as too broad by Clive Sep 29 '14 at 11:50

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    You'll need to inspect your web server error logs to find the actual exception, nothing we can do to help without that – Clive Sep 29 '14 at 10:49
  • Your permission is not set if you'll access vestcom.ca/dev/?q=sites/default/files/styles/… as anonymous, try to set their also the same permission which you have provided for the parent folder. Make Sense! Try it and let me know. – Rishi Kulshreshtha Sep 29 '14 at 10:50
  • their is nothing in error log. At very first time i thought that it was due to file permission i checked it and found nothing. – keshu_vats Sep 29 '14 at 10:50
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    A 500 without a real exception is, let's say, rare. I would check again (you server error logs, not Drupal error logs). But regardless, without any information to go on how could anyone here answer this? – Clive Sep 29 '14 at 10:53
  • @RishiKulshreshtha the file and folder permission is 777 – keshu_vats Sep 29 '14 at 10:56

Check your image toolkit (URI /admin/config/media/image-toolkit). You must see like this enter image description here

  • Could you explain how this answers the question? Are you saying one should use ImageMagick instead of GD to stop this error? – Clive Sep 29 '14 at 11:56
  • Using ImageMagick instead of GD solves the issue. – W.M. Jan 24 '15 at 22:58

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