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Il faut changer votre USER= ,GEOSERVER_DATA_DIR=, GEOSERVER_HOME= et JAVA_HOME= dans "init.d" comme dans "default". Le ..... # override these vars user that shall run GeoServer USER=beyer GEOSERVER_DATA_DIR=/usr/share/geoserver/data_dir GEOSERVER_HOME=/usr/share/geoserver JAVA_HOME=/usr/lib/jvm/java-8-openjdk-amd64 PATH=/usr/sbin:/usr/bin:/sbin:/bin DESC=...


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Could be an issue with the file system format on your harddrive. I had the same problem (Ubuntu 16.04). I eventually discovered that the error dissapeared when I changed the output_dir to a different harddrive. The harddrive I was using for input and output was formatted with NTFS file system. When I reformated the harddrive to EXT4-format the error ...


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I had same problem on QGIS 3.10 on LinuxMint/Ubuntu 18.04 /bin/sh: 1: gdal_merge.py: not found I solved this issue by installing the additional package: python-gdal sudo apt install python-gdal


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Thanks a lot, it was the only of several proposed solution that worked for me (kubuntu 18.04, qgis 3.4 Madeira). I really appreciate your post


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This is more difficult than expected when going against the grain of the latest releases, which is possible using the http://apt.postgresql.org/pub/repos/apt. For example, when using postgresql-11 installations, simply adding postgis attempts to also add postgresql-12 ! $ dpkg -l | grep postg ii pgdg-keyring 2018.2 ...


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You have to remove the top and bottom lines of your nominatim.conf (<< EOFAPACHECONF) and replace $USERHOME with the path to the home directory of your user nominatim. That should solve the problem of restarting apache.


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