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The 10.2.2 release is a full install, not just a service pack (it need not be applied on top of 10.2 or 10.2.1; it should apply over an existing install, though you generally want to be extra-rigorous about your backups, just in case there are issues). I'd recommend applying the 10.2.2 release, then all the relevant patches in chronological order (reverse ...


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The current OSGEO4W 32-bit offers in advanced install:: qgis version 2.6.1-1 qgis-dev version 2.7.0-76 By clicking on the version number, you can switch back to 2.6.0-1 and 2.7.0-74 The 64-bit edition has qgis, 2.6.1-1 qgis-dev, 2.7.0-73 Older versions are not available.


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Maybe you can get more info by running the msi with verbose logging. When you run the ArcGIS_Runtime_SDK_DotNet_1024.exe I believe it extracts to, by default 'C:\Users\your user name\Documents\ArcGIS 10.2.4', but you might have selected a different location given the log info above (c:\tmp). So where ever the msi is on your system open a cmd prompt and run ...


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If PythonWin is installed on your Windows machine, it will likely be located at the following path: C:\Python27\ArcGIS10.2\Lib\site-packages\pythonwin If it is not installed on your machine, download it from the following location: http://sourceforge.net/projects/pywin32/files/pywin32/Build%20218/ It is important to install the correct version of ...


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It seems that a stable version of geonode 2.x branch is not still released for Ubuntu 14.04. The suggestion of the developers is install the testing 2.4 version from the ppa. sudo add-apt-repository ppa:geonode/testing sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install geonode geonode createsuperuser sudo geonode-updateip 127.0.0.1 You can also try to install it ...


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The pgrouting package can be found here: https://launchpad.net/~georepublic/+archive/ubuntu/pgrouting?field.series_filter=trusty So it is just the first line of your commands that is not working. To get Postgresql 9.3, see http://askubuntu.com/questions/546266/how-to-install-postgresql-9-3-instead-of-default-9-4-in-ubuntu-14-10


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UbuntuGis was never updated for 14.04. If you look in ubuntugis/ppa/ubuntu/dists, the last entry is for Saucy, not Trusty. Hence your failures.


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I have the same problems with windows xp. In particular the points 2) and 3). The results is that the grass plugin doesn't work and GRASS too is enable to open the project or create a mapset. The same happen using the stand alone installation (basic) of QGIS and GRASS. I think it is a problem of windows, but I haven't still solved it. You can have additional ...


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You can revert to QGIS 2.4 only if you have the QGIS 2.4 installation files still on disk. You can click on the version number in advanced install to toggle between the available versions. On the server you will find only 2.6.1.1 and 2.6.0.1. A better way is to use the standalone installer, which can be found at this site: http://qgis.org/downloads/ for ...


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Here's what I discovered in my search to solve this riddle. ESRI has created an executable to programmatically install data licenses (*.sdlic files). The executable is named "DataLicInstall.exe" and it ships with ArcGIS for Server. It does not ship with any ArcGIS for Desktop products at this time (but it does work with them). I've posted an idea at here ...


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The regular RGDAL from the R package repository has had issues in the past - you can use the one provided by kynchaos.com: Download the DMG from the Frameworks page. Mount the DMG. In R, install the package from the included .tgz file: install.packages("/Volumes/rgdal/rgdal_0.9-1.tgz", repos = NULL) (substitute /Volumes/rgdal/ for another package if it's ...


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I recently installed 2.6 on my win 8.1 laptop using the basic installer and it is the first install I have had in ages that starts up without error messages. So maybe try the basic installer.


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From the Gaia GIS homepage: Obsolete / Discontinued software [no longer maintained] ... spatialite-gis sources a minimalistic GIS tool built on the top of SpatiaLite and RasterLite They still offer the sources, but no binaries (as for the gui). So you have to compile it yourself from the sources. The homepage gives some ...


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Found out that I need to set the proxy in my terminal prior to using add-apt-repository. I though it would honor the proxy settings from apt. More details here: https://askubuntu.com/questions/53146/how-do-i-get-add-apt-repository-to-work-through-a-proxy/102505#102505?s=a9a1fe070785469bb6cdf8ca633bcdb8


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The standard installation image does come with mint4win, which used to be based on Wubi, the "Windows-based Ubuntu Installer", which provided a way to install an Ubuntu-based OS in a dual-boot configuration without having to muck around with disk partitioning. It also gave you an easy way to uninstall using Windows' Add/Remove Programs feature. However, Wubi ...


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I was having similar problems on a Mac. This is how I resolved it: Firstly, I set up a virtual Python 2.7 environment using virtualenv. The Python distribution was installed in a directory called 'env'. I then used fink to install gdal fink selfupdate fink update-all fink install gdal I also installed gdal-dev but this may not have been required since ...



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