Run this in your phpMyadmin or anywhere you can execute sql
DELETE FROM wp_terms WHERE term_id IN (SELECT term_id FROM
wp_term_taxonomy WHERE count = 0 );
This will effectively remove them from everywhere the admin can see but they still exist in the relationship table
wp_term_relationships WHERE term_taxonomy_id not IN (SELECT term_taxonomy_id FROM wp_term_taxonomy);
Remember you need to change the ‘wp_’ to your prefix. Sorry no plugin, perhaps when I have time.
SOLUTION BY portlandparanormal
Here is the steps for Ubuntu Server 8.04.1 and PHP5. Like Djamu said it will install a GD pre-compiled working version. It is a complete bundled (forked) GD libraries:
1. If not already done removing your current GD package and its configurations.
sudo apt-get --purge remove
2. Adding 2 lines to your file /etc/apt/sources.lst
deb http://packages.dotdeb.org stable all </DIV>
deb-src http://packages.dotdeb.org stable all
3. Updating your current apt-get list
4. Installing working GD package.
apt-get install php5-gd
It will complain about non-authenticated sources, just ignore, it will also update some additional php libs.
When prompt select keep_current modified php.ini
5. Restarting Apache
1 Download the Flash player xpi for Windows.
2 Add a .zip extension to the file. It should now be: flashplayer-win.xpi.zip or use 7zip for direct extract
3 Extract the contents and copy two files “flashplayer.xpt” and “NPSWF32.dll”
(if plugins folder doesn’t exit create manually)
C:\Documents and Settings\user\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\Application\Plugins in XP
making sure to change ‘user’ to your Windows login name.
You can avoid having to unhide hidden files in Windows Explorer simply by copying and pasting the directory path provided above into the path bar.
5 Restart browser
you should be done now