[Live-demo]Does your app work on the new OSGeo-Live V4.5 Alpha2?
gcpp.kalxas at gmail.com
Thu Feb 10 18:26:20 EST 2011
A first review of the OSGeo-Live 4.5 alpha 2 has just finished.
This is the list of issues that were found and commented on the status
Failure to launch:
52nSOS --> The desktop link does not provide any feedback that the
Deegree --> The link does not provide any feedback that the service started.
Geomajas --> http link not working
Geonetwork --> Application link not working in Firefox (service start
and stop links work fine)
Rasdaman --> Not working. Build error?
Sahana --> Application link not working
Issues with versions:
Deegree --> Still in 2.x version
GDAL --> later version (1.7.3) than proposed (1.7.2) but seems it would
be great to have 1.8.0
Geonetwork --> Version completely outdated. The installed version
(2.4.2) is older than the one installed in OSGeo Live 4.0.1!
Mapfish --> still in version 1.2 instead of 2.0
Openlayers --> still in version 2.9.1 instead of 2.10
Osgearth --> still in version 1.4.1 instead of 2.0
OSSIM --> installed version 1.8.3. Need to update to 1.8.6 since this
was used in OSGeo Live 4.0.1
uDig --> installed version 1.2.0 instead of latest 1.2.1
All applications were tested if running, but quickstarts not tested in
this review. Web services were tested with GetCapabilities only.
On 02/06/2011 01:50 AM, Cameron Shorter wrote:
> I'm looking for volunteers to help us determine which applications
> have been installed successfully on the latest OSGeo-Live build.
> In particular, we need to keep track of which version has been
> installed successfully.
> Who is available to try out applications on the latest VM? At some
> point, a representative from each application should run their
> application on the VM and confirm it works as expected. We will ask
> for more comprehensive testing after our UAT deadline of 21 Feb 2011.
> I've written up the process to follow to collect status here:
> Application Review
> * Download the latest ISO or Virtual Machine from
> * Virtual Machines will need to be uncompressed with 7zip for
> windows <http://www.7-zip.org/> or 7zip for unix
> 7z x file.7z
> For each application:
> * Verify that you can select the application from the pull down menu.
> * Find out what version of the application has been installed, and
> insert the version number into the "installed version" column of
> the Status spreadsheet
> * Run the application and see if it works. If the Quickstart
> exists, try following the Quickstart instructions.
> Note any errors that you find in the issue tracker using the following:
> * OSGeo-Live issues are reported here:
> * Set "Component" = "LiveDVD"
> * For "Keywords", add the base release number, and the application
> id used in the Status Spreadsheet
> Eg: "4.0, geoserver". Don't use "4.0rc1, geoserver".
> On 06/02/11 08:18, Alex Mandel wrote:
>> On 02/04/2011 08:33 PM, Alex Mandel wrote:
>>> I just started the Alpha2 build @r5513. I am well aware there are some
>>> known outstanding issues but since the last build only made it as far as
>>> Sahana we wanted to make sure that we get some error information for the
>>> rest of the packages.
>>> Look for build logs and possibly a downloadable vm in approx 12 hours
>>> (Build is mostly running while I'm asleep, it doesn't actually take 12
>>> hours, much closer to 2-3 hours).
>> Came out better this time, still some work to do of course. Logs an vmdk
>> file are up. We also now have a stable url to help you get the latest
>> dev build when they become available. It's a redirect for now but should
>> always get you to the right place.
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>> Live-demo at lists.osgeo.org
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