Questions tagged [msys]

MSYS is a collection of GNU utilities such as bash, make, gawk and grep to allow building of applications and programs which depend traditionally on UNIX tools.

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Error - Grass 7 doesn´t run because isn´t not sucessfully installed

I am having problems to run GRASS7 from the processing tool. Always run the following error that is not corrected instaled. I ve reinstall QGIS several times, even tried different versions,as also ...
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QGIS 2.16 grass 7 missing dependencies Windows 7 64

So I just installed QGIS 2.16, and when trying to run grass commands specifically r.watershed, i get the following error, Missing dependency. which seemed to be similar to this issue QGIS 2.14 ...
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QGIS 2.14 standalone GRASS provider missing Msys folder, can't execute tools

In QGIS 2.12 and down, when one went about manually setting the GRASS provider folder paths, this was the way to do it In GIS 2.14 there is no Msys folder in the same path (...\apps\msys) or any ...
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Is my code for changing the resolution correct?

I have a raster files of daily minimum temperature (tmin) for the period 1962-2011 at a resolution of 1.125. I need to convert each single day raster file into 0.5 using inverse distance interpolation....
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Command Line alternative to using QGIS GUI to save a Raster as a Rendered Image

I have a raster image in PNG format which I can open in QGIS but not in Windows Picture Viewer. To do that i figured out that I have to save my raster as a 'Rendered Image' from the 'Save As' (option ...
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GRASS 6.4.2 define Geographic boundaries using MSYS

I am working with daily gridded rainfall data of 50 years. The initial data had the extension .nc.gz.tar which I have unzipped using MSYS in GRASS 6.4.2. Now I have 365*50 days of daily data. My ...
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A way to log the output from the Msys terminal in OSGEO4W?

Is there a way to log all the text output from commands in the Msys terminal to a text file when using OSGEO4W in Windows? I'm using GDAL commands and specifically wish to record any error messages ...