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I notice on the comments on that manual page you linked to, there's a note about allowing the web server to interact with the desktop "otherwise you will just get a blank image". Have you seen that, and tried what the poster suggests?

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I think what the comment implies is for when PHP is running as an Apache module. If it's running as (F)CGI, then the solution could be something else... but I'm not sure what. Either way... try it as both (F)CGI and an Apache module, and see if one works.

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Sadly this is only available on Windows platforms (according to the docs). I'd love to have this function available on Linux. :)

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Apache module/handler... (F)CGI...? "Installing PHP as..."? Ring any bells? The different sections on PHP's installation page? Adjust your httpd.conf settings (and/or PHP release) accordingly.
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