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CentOS will work if you stick with a version that corresponds to one of the supported versions of RHEL but I doubt you'll have much luck with Ubuntu.


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I have it on a verbal authority from ESRI that they were looking at Ubuntu during the ArcGIS 10 Beta. so based on this it is in the pipeline but how far they have gotten I could only speculate


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Hallo It looks like you need Boost libraries. Probably you have not installed boost dev files. HTH Nicklas


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A quick way to get up and running is to simply install the OSGeo Live DVD, which already has pgRouting pre-installed and configured. I set it up as a virtual machine using either VMWare Player or VirtualBox, both free to use.


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I just had the same problem on Ubuntu Server 14.04. I installed postgis extension from the official ubuntu repositories. So I used # apt-get install postgis. Then, find /usr -name postgis.control didn't return any result. The reason was extension/postgis.control wasn't installed because of postgis-scripts wasn't. $ aptitude search postgis i ...


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While the ArcGIs 9.4 (later 10) Beta was underway I was made aware that Esri was looking into Ubuntu but at this stage it is not supported, and does not work. In saying this it does depend on which portion of ArcGIS Server you are looking at. If you are looking at the database portion, then you can install the database on your Ubuntu Server and then install ...


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If you're willing to do the compiling yourself, then you might follow my instructions here. (EDIT: pasted to avoid linkrot) We’ll assume you already have a build environment with gcc-c++, flex, bison, PyQt4 etc. Check the QGIS wiki wiki page for details regarding dependencies. While the instructions are specific for Ubuntu systems, it’s fairly clear which ...


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You'd have to install the repository first sudo rpm -Uvh http://elgis.argeo.org/repos/6/elgis-release-6-6_0.noarch.rpm Then to install QGIS sudo yum install qgis qgis-python qgis-grass qgis-mapserver or try this sudo yum --enablerepo=elgis install qgis qgis-grass qgis-python qgis-mapserver If that still doesn't work, could you try searching for it ...


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@troublemaker, I do have that setup, except using CentOS 5.5, and postgres 8.3.8. Additionally, I have GEOS 3.2.2-CAPI-1.6.2 and PROJ-4.7.1. I am able to access the database through ArcCatalog, load data and access it through ArcMap. I'm sorry I don't remember the specifics on getting SDE running on it. Although I am running 10, I found the 9.3 ...


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Judging from the last few lines of output: checking for g++... no checking for c++... no checking for gpp... no checking for aCC... no checking for CC... no checking for cxx... no checking for cc++... no checking for cl.exe... no checking for FCC... no checking for KCC... no checking for RCC... no checking for xlC_r... no checking for xlC... no checking ...


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In Ubuntu 14.04 you also need to install the postgresql-9.3-postgis-scripts package. After I ran sudo apt-get install postgis postgresql-9.3-postgis-scripts I was then able to successfully run CREATE EXTENSION postgis; in my database to initialise PostGIS.


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The wps module is a separate package on Linux. yum install geoserver-wps should do it.


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try to find qgis rpms in rpmfind.net and install them manually http://rpmfind.net/linux/rpm2html/search.php?query=qgis


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Bit of a cr@ppy answer - but it works. Unfortunately, it doesn't really solve the route cause. I resolved my issue by changing the build to use static libraries instead. ./configure --with-fgdb=/data/HOMEDIRS/SAI/dev/src/FileGDB_API --with-pg=/usr/bin/pg_config --prefix=/usr --without-ld-shared --disable-shared --enable-static


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Trying to build from source without root access is near impossible on CentOS. I have figured out that really the only practical way to solve this issue is using a conda package (for the Anaconda python distribution) built by Jose The solution is to run this on a fresh install of Anaconda (step three being the important one): conda update conda conda update ...


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GDAL itself can certainly be built and used/installed without root access on most *nix type systems. In these cases, I usually create a file structure to contain both the final GDAL build itself and all of its dependencies that the host OS doesn't already have. But, you could have them in separate folders as well as long as you have your path, LD_CONFIG, ...


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You have installed a newer version of geos (3.4.1 vs 3.3.8) on your system, which is from the opengeo repository. QGIS-Grass requires 3.3.8 to run. You can downgrade this library to version 3.3.8 from the elgis repo, but that may fail, if other applications requires the newer library. In which case you have to decide if you want to keep the other ...


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If you can find a postgis.sql file, you can run that into your database (and the spatial_ref_sys.sql file) to manually spatialize your database. Report the missing control file to the packager, that's a big problem.


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Building on baudinseb's answer, I changed my POSTGRESQL_EXECUTABLE:FILEPATH from POSTGRESQL_EXECUTABLE-NOTFOUND to /usr/bin. Found that using which psql. Anyway. Also installed postgresql-server-dev-9.1 with apt-get. I'm on to the next step. Shame on somebody for this. How on earth could you set up an install package to FAIL NO MATTER WHAT and leave NO ...


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You also had a similar error and to resolve it I made a modification in the CMakeCache.txt file. Look at the line which contains POSTGRESQL_EXECUTABLE:FILEPATH and update with your real postgresql filepath. Hopefully it will help you


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10 postgres support I didn't answer with what you have to do. The link provides direction on the software stack that "is" supported. I am certain that there are unsupported stacks running successfully. However outside of "supported", help would have to come from someone who has the same, (such as mfrancis). So in my opinion that is the answer you should ...


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Per the Nominatim installation instructions, it expects the installation system user and the DB user are named the same, the DB installation user be a superuser AND the pg_hba.conf have trust set for that user. So yes, it is expected to connect without providing a username / password.


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I (or rather one of my co-workers ) figured out the solution. In the config-gui.xml file, there are entries for http:// localhost :8080/geonetwork/web - changing these to just /geonetwork/web and restarting the server fixed the issue. (I put the additional spaces around localhost so it wouldn't appear as a web address!)


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The main problem is as soon as you install any OS to the VirtualBox it will be a non-licensed copy or it will cost as licensed. It would be better to install ArcGIS to a Ubuntu computer itself without anything in between ...



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