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I have Ubuntu 16.04 64 bit and python 2.7.12 on my system. I have installed GRASS GIS 7 from the Ubuntu software support (I thing not is the better choose for install).

Now I want to take GRASS Python API to run standalone Python scripts.

How can I install Python GRASS API(pygrass) to work in the Ubuntu, any idea?

On the Windows must be define paths and work, on LINUX I can't find any tutorial for that.


the script test

 import os
 import sys
 import subprocess

 grass70='/usr/lib/grass70'

 import grass.script as gscript

error :

no module name grass.script

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You can use Python/grass/PyGRASS from

1) the Python console of GRASS GIS

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2) the shell of GRASS GIS

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3) from outside, examples for Linux in Working with GRASS without starting it explicitly and Is it possible to use GRASS GIS in Python stand alone scripts?,and ...

  • i want to run outside in Linux but i dont know how to define paths to work with pygrass – Mar Nov 29 '16 at 17:58
  • In the reference, the script "Python: GRASS GIS 7 with existing location" explain the solution with Windows, Mac OS X and Linux – gene Nov 29 '16 at 18:20
  • for the Linux say grass70 --config path /usr/local/grass-7.0.2svn.that all ?how to define this path on the Linux ?i am newbie in linux – Mar Nov 29 '16 at 18:29
  • for example i define path /usr/local/grass-7 in the python script but show me error no module name grass.script – Mar Nov 29 '16 at 18:44
  • Without your script, we can do nothing – gene Nov 29 '16 at 18:52

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