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What you could do is delete the folder from the Program files directory if it is there. If not what might have happened is it installed into the network drive, then try and remove it from the control panel, it should just give you message along the lines of it has already been removed and will now be deleted from the list.


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I solved the problem in this way .... First, I removed all QGIS packages and its dependencies, but not Grass 6.4.3. !! I also changed debian repository (in /etc/apt/sources.list) from 'deb http://qgis.org/debian trusty main' to 'deb http://qgis.org/debian-ltr trusty main' (so I can install QGIS 2.8 LTR). Then I followed these steps : sudo rm -rf ...


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There seems to be some trouble with GRASS 6/7 support as a plugin and in processing: http://lists.osgeo.org/pipermail/qgis-developer/2015-July/038601.html http://lists.osgeo.org/pipermail/qgis-user/2015-August/033174.html I guess you have to downgrade and follow the mailing lists for any progress.


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You could try to use WiX tooset it is very complete, and it will allow you to perform the registry of the ESRI dll's in the client machine. furthermore it has a good integration with visual studio.


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The problem has a few days ago been solved in QGIS master. I have prepared a patch for QGIS 2.10 but I hope that the QGIS developers will backport it. Since only Python changes are involved, an existing installation can now be easily fixed without having to reinstall everything.


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I had your problem before. I will share a productive solution to solve your problem with InstallShield Limited Edition. Create a console application project in visual studio and let's call it "InvokeESRIRegAsm". Fill program.cs file with these methods: static void Main(string[] args) { if (args == null) { ...


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There is a bug that makes that geoserver fails if deployed in tomcat 8.0.24 (but works with version 8.0.23 o below) Also it's fixed in tomcat 8.0.25. Check this bug ticket and review if your log output is the same.


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You can install just ArcPy by installing ArcEngine, but this comes with all of the libraries and dependencies that come with Engine. The luxury of this is that Engine is cheaper to install and it can also be run on Linux.


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Arcpy must be installed with one of Esri's applications like ArcGIS Desktop, Arcgis Server, ArcEngine. With Arcpy, there are dependencies on arcgis binaries (dlls). You can find those dependencies and with some hacking achieve what you are looking. However this is against the terms of use of esri software.


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In case the question asked was still relevant, I managed to install Python-Gdal on Ubuntu 14.04 (Trusty) simply using: apt-get install python-gdal


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To install the lastest stable QGIS and GRASS 6 I use: sudo apt-get install python-software-properties sudo add-apt-repository 'deb http://qgis.org/debian trusty main' gpg --keyserver keyserver.ubuntu.com --recv DD45F6C3 gpg --export --armor DD45F6C3 | sudo apt-key add - sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install qgis python-qgis qgis-plugin-grass grass-gui ...


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This is only for documentation, and many thanks for KHibma for the helpful solution. the right situation is


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Information here on turning a single machine configuration into a cluster. For this particular issue, the problem was the config store was referenced by the first GIS Server through a local path. When attempting to connect the 2nd GIS Server, it cannot access the local path on the first machine. The config store must be setup with the ArcGIS Server using a ...


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I just posted a question/answer to this that may be helpful. This is my take on how to utilize multiple python installations on the same computer.


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For the machine name, it should only be the name of the machine and do not include the domain. From your second screen shot of windows explorer, it appears the machine name is only NODE-02. It is looking for a config store based on the machine name so I think this is where your issue is. Your machine URL of http://NODE-02.CLUSTER-MOLG.PS:6080/arcgis/admin ...


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I just faced the same problem and solved it by copy the mapscript.py and _mapscript.so into my virtual env. cd venv/lib/python2.7/site-packages cp /usr/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/_mapscript.so . cp /usr/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/mapscript.py . At least the following script in a python web-app worked fine, based on the mapserver demo files I got here. ...


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You can get GDAL 1.10 from http://download.osgeo.org/gdal/1.10.1/ and compile it the same way as you did with 1.9. BTW, GDAL 1.11.2 is the current stable version, and installing QGIS on a vanilla lubuntu 15.04 includes that GDAL version. So if you remove (delete the self-compilation and sudo apt-get purge the packages) all GDAL and QGIS stuff, then ...


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This question, with the official release of Windows 10 is quickly turning into "this is my personal experience type of wiki". Right now, today, the most current versions of ArcGIS for Desktop (ArcMap 10.3.1 and ArcGIS Pro 1.1), are not supported on Windows 10. Historically Esri has introduced support for a new OS with the next release of a product AFTER ...


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Hmmm...I hope ESRI comments on this as I ran into issues, according to the IT dept, due to security restrictions tied to Internet Explorer that ran in the background. Perhaps the new browser maintains those aspects. Found this on another forum just now: "ArcGIS for Server requires Microsoft Internet Explorer 7 or later. You must obtain and install ...


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I was running ArcGIS 10 on Windows 8 (on a PC), and just upgraded to Windows 10. After the upgrade, when I open ArcMap 10, I got this error: "the arcinfo license is in need of a repair operation". I went to ArcGIS Administrator, and then chose the repair folder and option. After this I could open ArcMap 10, but it crashed if I tried using a tool. I ended up ...


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After several wrong ways, including multiple reinstall of libproj0 package and even installing QGIS from sources different from the Ubuntu Software Center default (I think it's from the official QGIS repository - http://qgis.org/debian trusty main), I understood how to apply advice by @EvilGenius: ldd ogrinfo didn't show libproj no matter how many times I ...


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Since internet coneection was slower in my case I used axel download accelleretot to do the apt-install like the way on this link so apt-get replaced with apt-fast to install package name use sudo apt-fast install


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After unzipping the downloaded file, double-clicking the "atom" file finally worked.


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I am running ArcGIS 10.3 on the official Windows 10 Pro through a VMWare VM on my mac, and have had no problems so far. I find it is running faster than it did in Windows 7 - although I may be imagining things.


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The tarball (.tar.bz2) file which you have downloaded contains the source code for QGIS. So in order to install it you have to build it first. QGIS does not come with a configure file but instead uses the cmake build system. In short you will do cd qgis-2.8.3 mkdir build cd build ccmake .. make The full installation build and instructions can be found ...


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It is never necessary to use Create Spatial Type on a properly configured enterprise geodatabase. Create Spatial Type is a limited subset of Enable Enterprise Geodatabase, where only the SDE.ST_GEOMETRY datatype is wanted. Quoting the documentation (emphasis mine): This allows you to use the ST_Geometry SQL type to store geometries in a database that ...


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Make sure your computer clock is correctly synchronized with internet time. I had an error and my clock was off by a couple of minutes. Once I figured out the internet time was not synchronizing correctly and fixed it, ArcGIS worked fine.



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