[GRASSLIST:4097] Re: r.in.gdal question
kevin.slover at noaa.gov
Thu Jul 18 13:42:09 EDT 2002
I figured as much. I am using RH7.2, and I had thought I had installed
GDAL, but from the looks of it, I did not. Will I need to re-install GRASS
if I install GDAL??
Glynn Clements wrote:
> Kevin Slover wrote:
> > I am attempting to use r.in.gdal to import a bsb raster chart. I have
> > read in the documentation pages for gdal that it supports bsb. Does
> > this hold true for GRASS5?? Another problem that I have experienced
> > with r.in.gdal is the following error:
> > GBBridgeInitialize() failed to find an suitable GDAL .DLL/.so file.
> > The following filenames were searched for:
> > o libgdal.1.1.so
> > o gdal.1.0.so
> > o gdal.so.1.0
> > o libgdal.so.1
> > The following locations were searched:
> > o /usr/local/grass5/lib
> > o System default locations.
> > System default locations may be influenced by:
> > LD_LIBRARY_PATH = /usr/local/grass5/lib
> > ERROR: Unable to initialize GDAL bridge (check libgdal
> > installation/LD_LIBRARY_PATH variable).
> > Is this a user error?? I am using pre3 or pre4, can't remember which
> > one... thanks!!
> 1. What OS are you using?
> 2. Have you installed the GDAL library?
> Binary versions of GRASS should include libgdal, although it could
> have been omitted. It isn't included in the GRASS source code. If you
> built GRASS from source, r.in.gdal will compile even if GDAL isn't
> installed, but it won't run (it will produce an error like the one
> Glynn Clements <glynn.clements at virgin.net>
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