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On my system (unstable), the postgis package installs the utility programs (pgsql2shp,shp2pgsql, etc) and their docs. The postgresql-9.3-postgis-2.1 package actually installs the postgis libraries and such. You should be able to only install postgresql-9.x-postgis-2.x as long as you don't need the utility programs or the documentation.
A couple things need to happen here: GDAL has to of been compiled with ESRI FileGDB support (ie, --with-fgdb=/usr/lib/filegdb-api) The FileGDB you have has to be >= v10 FileGDB Open the FileGDB using QGIS: Layer > Add Vector Layer > Directory > Type: ESRI FileGDB > Navigate to gdb folder, highlight and press OK till you are back at map There are some ...
My guess is that the gdal-dev version you have is outdated that the version of python binding you got in pip is not compatible any more. I was accidentally uninstalled python-gdal from RHEL, and tried to install with pip today, and I got error. the first error I got was extensions/gdal_wrap.cpp:3373: error: ‘CPLGetErrorHandlerUserData’ was not declared in ...
It's true, Navit doesn't run out of the box, but works fine if you managed the manual configuration: http://wiki.navit-project.org/index.php/Basic_configuration If you like, the navit team also offers support via https://forum.navit-project.org (using wiki login)
Please have a look at www.switch2osm.org and use the offered packages that run out-of-the-box.
If when authoring a map document in ArcMap relative paths were used then you could just replicate the location of the data on the Linux machine. This is a common practice for distributing .pmf files. So, if you want to distribute data together with the published document, you need to use relative paths when you create the map (use the File > Map Document ...
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