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Find out \jetty\etc\jetty.xml file, modify this line: <Set name="port"><Property name="jetty.port" default="8080"/></Set> change 8080 into port number you want, save the file and restart geonetwork.
The image is a bootable Linux distribution. If you want to use the programs on a windows box or Mac then you just copy the installer on to the box and install as usual. You may find the osgeo4w installer a better option.
I managed to get PythonXY to utilise the ArcPy module by copying the desktop10.2.pth file from c:\Python27\ArcGIS10.2\Lib\site-packages\ and pasting it into C:\Python27\Lib\site-packages\ In this way I was able to do a vanilla install of ArcGIS (including Python) as well as a vanilla install of PythonXY. In this secnario, PythonXY can call the ArcPy module ...
Not really sure but libspatialindex is only a C library (low level). You should just need to use the Rtree Windows installer, a Python package using libspatialindex on the top. For installation, you can also use this page from official docs.
fixed problem: unninstall older versions, i had an 1.8 version
Now you can use virtualenv and setuptools friendly version of standard GDAL python bindings pygdal.
i have the same problem, but if you first install qgis and then install postgres and postgis works
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