[OSGeo-Discuss] Re: Demande of help!

libere mudende mudendlibere at yahoo.fr
Wed Sep 15 02:08:58 PDT 2010

I need a help about GRASS. So i use now MapInfos en my service. I considere that Grass is better than MapInfos.
Mudende Libère.
--- En date de : Mer 15.9.10, Bill Thoen <bthoen at gisnet.com> a écrit :

De: Bill Thoen <bthoen at gisnet.com>
Objet: Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] Looking for Yum or RPM Site for GIS Suite for Centos 5.5
À: "OSGeo Discussions" <discuss at lists.osgeo.org>
Date: Mercredi 15 septembre 2010, 2h56


  Thanks! I've still got to
        finish getting the machine built and the RAID system set up and
        get PostgreSQL sorted out. Then I should be in position to start
        loading up on GIS tools. I'll probably be asking plenty of
        questions then.


        - Bill Thoen


    On 9/14/2010 5:41 AM, Mathieu Baudier wrote:
        Thanks for all the help and advice on this, everybody! Especially for the
info on EPEL and ELGIS. I guess I had no idea that getting stable and

      You can browse the spec files here:

in order to see whether the switches you need are all there.
At first glance I think they are, but if you need some more, I can try
to add them.

        software. And it sounds like QGIS is a non-starter on CentOS. But I've got

      I'm still trying to get QGIS fully working on CentOS 5, but as Micha
put it, this may not be worth the effort given that RHEL/CentOS 6 is
around the corner.

For the time being you have QGIS 1.4 working, integrated with GRASS,
BUT without the Python plugins (a big limitation).
We also have SRPMS for QGIS 1.0.2 (their LTS version) but there was
little interest in it, so we dropped it.

        I appreciate the help as always.

      Don't hesitate to join the EL GIS mailing-list:

This project is very user driven: we support what people actually use,
so this is the right place to send your wish list.
And feedback is very useful for us!
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      Bill Thoen

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