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Mar
23
answered QGIS SAGA Raster Calculator
Mar
17
comment QGIS SAGA Raster Calculator
But even re-loading gdal_ECW didn't seem to fix the issue. I am guessing this is a bug with this version of QGIS.
Mar
15
revised QGIS SAGA Raster Calculator
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Mar
15
asked QGIS SAGA Raster Calculator
Mar
15
comment SAGA Raster Calculator, ifelse doesn't return specified value exactly
Hello, I too am having a similar issue using the formula ifelse(gt(a,0), (a), b) where I get unexpected results. I wonder if there is a bug with this tool in this version.
Feb
11
accepted QGIS Composer Big Red X
Feb
10
comment QGIS Composer Big Red X
Upgraded. Thanks ~D
Feb
10
asked QGIS Composer Big Red X
Nov
14
answered Unsupervised raster classification using GDAL
Nov
14
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
7
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
26
comment FastCGI with MapServer
This ended up working for me: yum install httpd-devel which installs a necessary pre-req
Sep
25
comment FastCGI with MapServer
I am stuck on compiling MapServer 6.4.1 with support for FastCGI. I have download and compiled from source the fastcgi.com/dist/mod_fastcgi-current.tar.gz. And I am pretty sure the library is up and running. However, when I run the cmake I get the following error: FCGI library/component/dependency could not be found. Any pointers here would be appreciated.
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Sep
23
comment FastCGI with MapServer
Thanks. I will try to upgrade to 6.4 today and test it out.
Sep
23
comment FastCGI with MapServer
To try and be more specific with I ./config on my MapServer with the option for FastCGI I get the following error: --with-fastcgi=/usr/local/src/mod_fcgid-2.3.9: No such file or directory But I have installed from source mod_fcgid.
Sep
23
comment FastCGI with MapServer
I am running MapServer version 6.2.2 actually. Is this possible with that version? If not, I will look into upgrading.
Sep
23
asked FastCGI with MapServer
Jul
21
comment Polygonize only pixel values of 1 from a raster
Thanks for the reply Micheal. This does seem like a good course of action to reach my goal. Sometimes the best solutions are the most simple. This works Raster --> Conversion --> Polygonize (Raster to Vector) and get a vector layer.
Jul
20
revised Polygonize only pixel values of 1 from a raster
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