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Assuming you have QGIS Server appropriately installed (with a working GetCapabilities request) on Ubuntu/Debian, the main steps involved on my end to get the QGIS Web Client up and running are as follows: Install python psycopg2, python-webob, git, libapache2-mod-wsgi using terminal: "sudo apt-get install python-psycopg2 python-webob git ...


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It would help if you provided some sort of debugging result from when you load your map. I know that you can get the console up on firefox with ctrl + shift + k. Then jump to javascript tab (because thats where errors happend to me) and you can find your error there. Usually the infinite loading icon means there is an error. And yes you should create ...


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I figured it out myself. I commented out line 445-466 in WebgisInit.js, and so far it seems to work.


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Ok so after a lot of blindly changing settings I realise that my issue was probably primarily to do with my poor understanding of apache2, virtual hosts etc. I renamed the qgis-web-client folder to "map" and moved to: /var/www/html/ Updated my qgis-web-client.conf file paths: path-to-qgis-web-client = /var/www/html/map/ path-to-qgis-server-projects = ...


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The only solution I know is to add OSM as a WMTS layer in your project and display it before you print the map.



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