I am trying to use ogr2ogr to convert OSM data from pbf to spatialite. I used to do so with the following command:
ogr2ogr -f "SQLite" -dsco SPATIALITE=YES png-full-last.db planet_137.084,-15.689_157.615,1.255.osm.pbf
I am using Ubuntu Trusty 14.04. Recently I did an attempt to update GDAL to 2.0.1, which did not worked out. Later I attempted to completely remove GDAL using Synaptic. For this I removed also gqis, python bindings, gdal-bin, python-gdal, libgdal-dev and libgdal1h. Later I removed, clean and re-added all repositories. For some reason even when everything is removed, ogr2ogr is still available in the terminal (and I could not find a way to remove it).
Later I tried to re-install qgis with apt-get. I still get the same result, which is the following:
ERROR 6: OGR was built without libspatialite support ... sorry, creating/writing any SpatiaLite DB is unsupported
Can anyone orient me on how to fix ogr2ogr so it has again spatialite support?
which ogr2ogron the command line show you?
rm) the relevant files and directories in
/usr/local/lib. It doesn't sound like you are confident with rebuilding software, but a rebuild of gdal with the spatialite options turned on would also be an option.