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The only way I could get POSTGis on "Trusty" was to build from Sources, here is what I used .. sudo mkdir postgis-build cd postgis-build ------------------------------------------------------ then put the script below in a shell script file sudo nano build.sh make it executable and run it sudo chmod a+x build.sh ...


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This doesn't answer your question directly - Mapperz has probably pointed you in the right direction. But I recommend using the UbuntuGIS package(s) as they've proven to be e-a-s-y to install and all the dependencies are there. # UbuntuGIS package: sudo apt-add-repository ppa:ubuntugis/ppa sudo apt-get update #or for bleeding edge: sudo ...


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It's not a bug, more like a strategic laziness. 1.X versions of PostGIS only supported GEOMETRYCOLLECTION EMPTY, not other forms of empty. For 2.X I (perhaps foolishly) embraced the full variety of nothings. The result is a not-entirely-complete support of varieties of nothing, made slightly ill-formed by the fact that support libraries like GEOS have their ...



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