[fdo-users] Postgis/OGR providers on Ubuntu?
traian.stanev at autodesk.com
Wed Aug 15 10:22:41 EDT 2007
Could you post the contents of the compilation shell file that you are using to compile the OGR provider? It should be a one line shell script. The one you are using may have the wrong location for FDO...
FYI if you don't hear again from me till next week, it is because I have no internet where I am currently.
From: fdo-users-bounces at lists.osgeo.org on behalf of Jo Cook
Sent: Wed 8/15/2007 7:01 AM
To: fdo-users at lists.osgeo.org
Subject: [fdo-users] Postgis/OGR providers on Ubuntu?
I would like to add the OGR and Postgis providers to my Ubuntu install of
Mapguide Open Source and would appreciate it if someone could give me a
little help with it. I have tried to install the ogr provider from svn, but
this failed at the beginning of the configure stage with the message
stdafx.h:3:17: error: Fdo.h: No such file or directory
followed by line upon line of error. I can post a log file of this if that
would be handy. Because the readme file with the source said that it wanted
gdal 1.4, and it wanted it somewhere accessible, I compiled and installed
gdal1.4.0 from source, which installed itself in /usr/local/share/gdal. My
fdo installation (installed as part of the mapguide installation) is in
When I look at the postgis provider in svn, I can't even tell how I would go
about installing it!
I thought that another option would be to include the providers into the
checkoutsvn.sh script for the fdo build, but I don't really know how I would
proceed from there.
If anyone can give me some pointers on this I'd be extremely grateful as I
have a very lonely postgresql database that's simply yearning to be put on a
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