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I always had perfect installations when following the instructions on the official QGIS download site: http://www2.qgis.org/en/site/forusers/alldownloads.html#ubuntu Have you tried those? The instructions on the QGIS download site are not as intuitive as I'd like, but they do work when you know the command syntax. This set of commands always gets me a ...


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Look out for all appearances of libxml2.dll on your system. It seems that QGIS expects another version than the one that is addressed first by your PATH varaible. The one in the QGIS Brighton/bin path should be the right one. On my XP computer, I have versions between 493kB and 1016kB, and QGIS needs the largest one, from 23.07.2013.


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It took an extra day to resolve this because the local distributor has needed to refer it back to Redlands to add the ArcGIS Pro license entitlement, but on Tuesday morning I received an email that started as below. From there I logged into ArcGIS.com where, as my Organization's Administrator I was able to Assign myself an ArcGIS Pro license. I was then ...


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For the text message in your command line, I can observe the last java version ("1.8.0_31"; recommended for the last version of Whitebox GAT 'Iguazu' v. 3.2.1) and the correct unziped directory (Whitebox_3_2_1). However, the suitable command to launch the program is: java -jar "WhiteboxGIS.jar" as it is in the README.txt file y not: "java -jar ...


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I had the same problem. You need to install the SQLite3 framework available here: http://www.kyngchaos.com/software/frameworks I'm guessing that the version of the framework you have is old or that it's not symlinked properly but the installer available on kyngchaos website should fix it.


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Just as an addition to the answer of user "Joseph": If you want to work with different versions of QGIS on your computer and don't want to store the plugins from different versions in the same folder you can also use seperate folders for your different QGIS versions to store the options and configs. By doing this you can avoid conflicts with plugins that ...


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The only conflict that will arise will be between plugins used between different QGIS verions. In other words, if you use the latest OpenLayers plugin designed for QGIS 2.6, you will not be able to use it for QGIS 2.4. There should not be any other kind of conflicts. I have several QGIS versions installed which all work perfectly fine. So it's perfectly ...


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Here is the C# code to get the addin assembly folder: public static string AssemblyDirectory { get { string codeBase = Assembly.GetExecutingAssembly().CodeBase; UriBuilder uri = new UriBuilder(codeBase); string path = Uri.UnescapeDataString(uri.Path); return ...


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I'm using QGis version 2.6 on a windows PC and TauDEM is a plugin that you can enable by going to Processing --> Options --> Providers --> TauDEM --> Activate.


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Here, see if this works: # This sets the correct dependencies on CRAN setRepositories(ind = c(1,6)) # Then install package as usual. install.packages('rgdal')


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You need to be part of an 'organization' http://doc.arcgis.com/en/arcgis-online/administer/manage-licenses.htm for ArcGIS Pro The ArcGIS for Home Use comes with one named user and 100 service credits for ArcGIS.com, however you will need to contact customer service in order to activate your organization. ArcGIS for Home Use is currently issuing ...


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During the installation process, be sure only the versions of Visual Studio actually installed are selected. For whatever reason, the installer selected versions of VS not installed and I just went with the defaults. That was the cause of the failed installs. VS 2012 (I think that's the version) was selected but not actually installed.


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I confirm that ppa:geonode/testing works on Ubuntu 14.04; then you have to add at the end of the file /etc/geonode/local_settings.py (otherwise you'll have this error 403 forbidden DEBUG is set to False but the host of the path provided to the proxy service is not in the PROXY_ALLOWED_HOSTS setting) this line: PROXY_ALLOWED_HOSTS = ('127.0.0.1',) and then ...



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