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It appears that this is a fairly common error encountered when ArcHydro is run with data between the network and the local C: drive. See this site for further details: https://geonet.esri.com/thread/89781 The solution seems to be in where the data are stored.


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if you go to https://plugins.qgis.org/plugins/plugins.xml?qgis=2.6 you will see the version error. I am facing this problem as well. However, I can't find many users report about this problem, so I think it should be the computer setting problem ?


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The problem is caused by a plugin, inasafe, in the QGIS Python Plugins Repository that has a maximum version of 2.999.9999 which causes the error enountered. The entry for the latest version of InaSAFE - 2.2.2 - has an invalid QGIS MAximum Version. Perhaps setting it to 2.99 as previously would be the thing to do.


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The problem might be with your rule file. When you use GRASS through QGIS, it will do something similar: Gather input parameters from you with a dialog box. Initialize a command line GRASS instance. Import the input file in a temporary GRASS location. Execute a script with your parameters. Export the result. Draw the result on canvas (if specified). In ...


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The problem is that something in the stack (QGIS, GDAL, or the operating system) doesn't appear to be handling the ã character in the directory name (so Portimão becomes Portimo). That looks like a bug, which you should check isn't already filed at http://hub.qgis.org/projects/quantum-gis/issues, and if not already filed, add details. In the mean time, I'd ...


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The release notes for the 64 bit version state that: "MapInfo Pro is a 64-bit application that can access spreadsheets and tables from Microsoft Excel and Access. To use data from Excel and Access within 64-bit MapInfo Pro, you must use the Microsoft Office 64-bit driver. As part of the MapInfo Pro installation process, the 64-bit Microsoft Access Database ...


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I installed version 2.6.1 and now the model works without problems.


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It seems you are reading an old version of the PyQGIS Cookbook. Try with the addAttributes method of the layer provider, as indicated in the latest PyQGIS Cookbook. Specifically: if caps & QgsVectorDataProvider.AddFeatures: res = layer.dataProvider().addAttributes([QgsField("id", QVariant.Int), QgsField("mytext", QVariant.String)]) feat = ...


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I followed the instructions contained within the README.txt file of the lastools newest version, a zip file downloadable from this link: http://lastools.org/download/lastools.zip. Extract the zip file to any folder without spaces in the path. Open the QGIS_toolbox folder where you find the README.txt file. Open this file and follow the instructions from the ...



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