[Qgis-user] Problems with python plugins on Fedora

Carlos Gustavo Ruiz carlosgruiz74 at gmail.com
Tue Dec 9 15:41:00 EST 2008


Hi again,

I remove qgis installed from the distribution repositories and install
the rpms from http://download.qgis.org/ and problem solved.. I think
that is a problem with de distro package that doesn't recognize the
python part of qgis..

thanks a lot..


--------- Mensaje reenviado --------

> De: Carlos Gustavo Ruiz <carlosgruiz74 at gmail.com>
> Para: qgis-user at lists.osgeo.org
> Asunto: Re: [Qgis-user] Problems with python plugins on Fedora
> Fecha: Tue, 09 Dec 2008 13:37:46 -0430
> 
> El lun, 08-12-2008 a las 19:12 +0100, Martin Dobias escribió: 
> 
> > On Sun, Dec 7, 2008 at 9:01 AM, Carlos Gustavo Ruiz
> > <carlosgruiz74 at gmail.com> wrote:
> > > Hi there,
> > >
> > > my problem is that qgis can't load the python plugins.. I use Fedora 9 and
> > > have installer the qgis, qgis-python and qgis-grass packages..
> > > searching my filesystem have found that the export_mapserver and the
> > > plugin_installer are in /usr/share/qgis/python/plugins directory but qgis
> > > search for the plugins in /usr/lib64/qgis.
> > 
> > First of all, check whether python support in QGIS is working correctly.
> > What QGIS version are you running?
> 
> Im running QGIS 0.11.0.2 from the fedora repos.. I really dont use the
> binaries from http://download.qgis.org/ maybe it could be the best
> solution by the moment.. 
> 
> 
> > Does it show any error messages on startup?
> 
> No, no error message.. (Im going to copy the console messages when I
> run qgis from bash) [1]
> 
> 
> > Can you open python console? (in menu Plugins)
> 
> No, is no python console present in my qgis.. I can use it in other pc
> with windows but not in Fedora.. 
> 
> > 
> > 
> > > It seems to me that I need to add the /usr/share/qgis/python/plugins and the
> > > ~/.qgis/python paths to the python sys path, but I dont know how to do it..
> > > or if is a logical solution..
> > 
> > These paths should be automatically added to python's path on QGIS
> > startup. You can check that in python console within QGIS:
> > >>> sys.path
> > and it should give you a list of paths being searched with these two
> > at the begin.
> > 
> > 
> > Martin
> 
> 
> [1] ------- here it is...
> 
> [carlos at localhost ~]$ qgis
> Debug: 
> **********************************
> Debug: QgsApplication state:
> Debug: Prefix       :/usr
> Debug: Plugin Path  :/usr/lib64/qgis
> Debug: PkgData Path :/usr/share/qgis
> Debug: Theme Path   :/usr/share/qgis/themes/default/
> Debug: User DB Path :/usr/share/qgis/resources/qgis.db
> Debug: **********************************
> 
> Warning: No valid projection. Unable to set map units.
> Warning: No valid projection. Unable to set map units.
> Warning: No valid projection. Unable to set map units.
> Warning: No valid projection. Unable to set map units.
> Warning: No valid projection. Unable to set map units.
> Warning: No valid projection. Unable to set map units.
> Warning: No valid projection. Unable to set map units.
> Warning: No valid projection. Unable to set map units.
> Debug: 
> **********************************
> Debug: QgsApplication state:
> Debug: Prefix       :/usr
> Debug: Plugin Path  :/usr/lib64/qgis
> Debug: PkgData Path :/usr/share/qgis
> Debug: Theme Path   :/usr/share/qgis/themes/default/
> Debug: User DB Path :/usr/share/qgis/resources/qgis.db
> Debug: **********************************
> 
> Loaded /usr/lib64/qgis/libcopyrightlabelplugin.so
> Loaded /usr/lib64/qgis/libdelimitedtextplugin.so
> Loaded /usr/lib64/qgis/libdelimitedtextprovider.so
> Loaded /usr/lib64/qgis/libgeorefplugin.so
> Loaded /usr/lib64/qgis/libgpsimporterplugin.so
> Loaded /usr/lib64/qgis/libgpxprovider.so
> Loaded /usr/lib64/qgis/libgrassplugin.so
> Loaded /usr/lib64/qgis/libgrassprovider.so
> Loaded /usr/lib64/qgis/libgridmakerplugin.so
> Loaded /usr/lib64/qgis/libmemoryprovider.so
> Loaded /usr/lib64/qgis/libnortharrowplugin.so
> Loaded /usr/lib64/qgis/libogrprovider.so
> Loaded /usr/lib64/qgis/libpggeoprocessingplugin.so
> Loaded /usr/lib64/qgis/libpostgresprovider.so
> Loaded /usr/lib64/qgis/libquickprintplugin.so
> Loaded /usr/lib64/qgis/libscalebarplugin.so
> Loaded /usr/lib64/qgis/libspitplugin.so
> Loaded /usr/lib64/qgis/libwfsplugin.so
> Loaded /usr/lib64/qgis/libwfsprovider.so
> Loaded /usr/lib64/qgis/libwmsprovider.so
> 
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