I'm trying to import some Landsat 8 GeoTIFFs into GRASS (in QGIS), and I can't work out why I'm getting this error, or how to fix it. No amount of Googling has been able to tell me anything at all. I am using Landsat images as they come, straight from USGS - in other words I haven't modified the images I'm trying to import in any way. The full command output is below.
r.in.gdal input=D:_Eden\landsat\LC80910842015057LGN00_B2.TIF output=b2_GRASS -o
￼Over-riding projection check
￼Fixing subtle input data rounding error of south boundary (-3.94943e+006>1.26566e-007)
￼G_set_window(): North must be north of South
Finished with error
I'm running QGIS 2.10.1-Pisa with Grass 6 v2, and I installed using the Windows Standalone installer. I get the same error when trying to import the same files into the 'standalone' GRASS GIS 6 application.
This is the output I get from g.region -p:
projection: 3 (Latitude-Longitude)
Incidentally, it's a southern hemisphere location, as you'd probably guess from the above.
Does anyone have any ideas?