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Set up Enterprise Geodatabase The Create Enterprise Geodatabase tool creates a database, storage locations, and a database user to be used as the geodatabase administrator and owner of the geodatabase depending on the database management system (DBMS) used. It grants the geodatabase administrator privileges required to create a geodatabase, then ...


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Using the OSGeo4W installer (choice of 32 and 64 bit), select the 'Advanced Install' option and then you can specify the install location. You also have more control over what else is installed (such as GRASS, some libraries for certain raster formats like MrSID and ECW etc). The installer is quite 'clever' and will notify you of (and by default install) ...


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The issue is that R installations are write-protected by default. Install R into another folder such as C:\R\R-3.1.3 and the problem goes away when you set it as the R path in QGIS. The solution is described here: http://wiki.awf.forst.uni-goettingen.de/wiki/index.php/R_installation This worked running QGIS 2.8.1 Wien on Windows 7 64-bit. I imagine it will ...


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I confirmed that current "master" branch encountered above error. If possible, could you use "develop" branch? You can download "develop" branch as ZIP file from https://github.com/pgRouting/pgrouting/archive/develop.zip


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GDAL is actually a set of toos written in C. As such it needs to be compiled prior to installation, and Windows doesn't come with a C compiler. As such your easiest bet is to download and install pre-compiled binaries of the library. The easiest place to get binaries is from Christoph Gholke who offers a package of the complete GDAL library as well as the ...


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As I'm a newbie to server configuration I didn't ask google the right question a couple of days ago. But now... The question was already answered in an other forum, so if you have the same problem: https://github.com/deegree/deegree3/issues/510


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I was able to find the same answer that @mkennedy wrote as a comment by using Google to search on "arcgis 10.2 vba". The first result was a page entitled Installing ArcGIS for Desktop VBA Compatibility: At ArcGIS 10.2.1 and 10.2.2, the VBA runtime is installed by the setup.exe of the ArcGIS VBA Compatibility setup program. Previous to ArcGIS 10, ...


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The solution should be: delete the directory C:\OSGeo4W, start installation again and you should select only the package qgis or qgis-dev, do not click on any other package. Then everything runs as it should


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Actually, we have tested both 32 bits and 64 bits installers for QGIS 2.8.1 Wien on the same computer with an extended cleanup between the two installation and: import pyodbc is working perfectly on the 64 bits version import pyodbc doesn't work on the 32 bits version Since the installers don't seem to work in the same way (long postscript and a reboot ...


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This may be an old question but I had this issue recently on Fedora 21, with the missing database tab. Although I could still access the POSTGIS layer and navigate that, it turned out that Fedora had removed the qgis-python package which is required for the database UI.


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The creation of shortcuts is the last part of the installing procedure. You can look out for the postinstall.log to see if anything went wrong with the installation. Manually, you can search for qgis.bat with the Windows Explorer, and move that with pressed right mouse key to an empty part of the desktop. On relasing the mosue key, you can choose to create ...


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Have you tried Running directly the ArcMap setup rather than getting there through Setup.exe? This file should be located on the DVD as well.



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