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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 ...
On Debian, you'll have to install libhdf4-alt-dev (not libhd4-dev) and then re-compile gdal. But there's a conflict with NETCDF if those drivers are enabled, so it's important to disable netcdf during the compile: ./configure --disable-netcdf --disable-fortran And it should find the hdf4 libs automatically. Reference: https://trac.osgeo.org/gdal/wiki/HDF ...
disabled 3d Hardware and 2d Video worked for me, Arcgis 10 running on Windows 7 64 bits in a native Linux Ubuntu Machine
I always keep a Portable OpenOffice Calc for editing DBF files. Here's a link (I haven't tried): http://portableapps.com/de/apps/office/openoffice_portable
You've probably already found it, but the hardware specs for FME are here: http://www.safe.com/fme/fme-desktop/tech-specs/ To answer your questions: RAM: The Linux FME is 64bit only; it should easily handle as much RAM as you can throw at it. I've had it running quite happily on a 32GB machine and using a bunch of it (it maxed out any single process using ...
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