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The plugin is still alive, now named RT mapserver exporter: https://plugins.qgis.org/plugins/rt_mapserver_exporter/ To get it, you need to allow for experimental plugins, and you need the python-mapscript package on Linux (part of the ubuntugis mapserver package), or the mapscript-python package from OSGEO4W on Windows. If you run into troubles, see QGis ...


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I would try those steps: Update the mapfile with a generic request for the layer ( i.e. DATA "geodata from geo_data"); Add EPSG:3857 in the METADATA (i.e. "wms_srs" "EPSG:4326 EPSG:3857"); this is the default SRS used by OL3. Test the WMS service in a Desktop application and request the layer in EPSG:3857.


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Just start playing! Get yourself a virtual server (Windows or Linux, whatever you're comfortable with), and install the OpenGeoSuite. I run a small production server with around 2 GB of ram and two processors and it works fine. As John Barca says, you can scale up to very big, with load balancing and separate, redundant database servers. But to start ...


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Replace the geom for the_geom (note the underscore). If the column really includes a space then you must reference it with double quotes: "the geom". This later case is not such a good idea, I would advise you to rename the table column to the_geom.


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Short answer Short answer, consider an entry-level VPS service provider. I am using Host1Plus (silver plan) for basic VPS hosting, and Contabo for more resource intensive deployments. Other popular options include DigitalOcean and Linode. All of these providers have options for $5-$15/month. Longer answer Mapserver, Geoserver, Geonode, and Ushahidi all ...


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I just ran into this issue and found that the problem was because I had not installed the ‘proj-epsg’ package. yum install proj-epsg



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