Questions tagged [debian]

A GNU/Linux operating system built for many computing architectures (AMD64, i686, ARM, etc.). Debian is the basis for the Ubuntu and Elementary Linux distributions.

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Cache lookup failed for function 1 while activating PostGIS

I'm using PostgreSQL 10.5 on a remote server (Debian). I created a database inside then I attempted to enable PostGIS but it wasn't successful. I had this error : cache lookup failed for function 1
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QGIS (2.18.x) crashes after changing symbology / style of vector files

All of a sudden, I face the issue of QGIS (2.18.15, and 2.14.21 as well) crashing when: - activating layers in the map view from previously saved files. - changing the styles / symbology of vector ...
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QgsComposerItem error when runnning on Debian instead of windows

I have the following script which has worked on Ubuntu 16.04 and Windows but not on Debian. from PyQt4.QtCore import * from PyQt4.QtGui import * from PyQt4.QtSql import * from PyQt4.QtXml import ...
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QGIS Server dosen't answer a GetCapabilities request on Debian 8.3

Following the server install steps from Q-website and others mentioned, after I install qgis-server & libapache2-mod-fcgid (and mod enabled), QGIS Server should answer a GetCapabilities request: ...
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PostGIS extension on Debian not found: could not open extension control file

I'm trying to set up the PostGIS extensions on a Postgres 9.1 database on Debian Wheezy, but getting an error: =# create extension postgis; ERROR: could not open extension control file "/usr/share/...
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Problem with repo qgis.org/debian “does not have a Release file”

When I include deb https://qgis.org/debian/ buster main deb-src https:://qgis.org/debian/ buster main in my /etc/apt/sources.list file, and run sudo apt uptdate I get: E: The repository 'https://...
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Is it possible to upgrade gdal-bin 1.10 to 2.x.x in debian Jessie?

I tried backports-jessie, I tried using the debian-gis repository but unsuccessfully. Does someone succeed in such task avoiding compiling sources?