[gdal-dev] how to completely remove gdal from Ubuntu 20.04 and install from scratch
Jorge Gustavo Rocha
jgr at osgeopt.pt
Tue Sep 29 15:10:13 PDT 2020
I had the same problem. I've update my laptop to 20.04 and I need to
rebuild proj and gdal.
I've removed all old gdal packages and I've cleaned up /usr/local/lib,
to ensure that no previous gdal libraries are around.
But I missed an old libproj package! You have to make ensure that you
also clean up former libproj packages.
sudo apt purge libproj15
Gerald, please try:
In my case, there were two libproj on the output
jgr at zoe:~/dev/cpp/gdal/gdal$ ldd /usr/local/bin/ogrinfo
libproj.so.19 => /usr/local/lib/libproj.so.19 (0x00007fa94f129000)
libproj.so.15 => /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libproj.so.15
On 08/08/20 01:35, Gerald Nelson wrote:
> I have both a mac and a linux box with Ubuntu 20.04. gdal on the mac is
> installed through home brew. gdal on the linux box has been installed
> both from source with the usual configure, make, make install and with
> sudo apt-get install gdal-bin. Both completed successfully and sudo
> apt-get install gdal-bin returned GDAL 3.1.2, released 2020/07/07.
> When I attempt to install or upgrade sf, rgdal, or terra I get similar
> error messages. They come after
> ** testing if installed package can be loaded from temporary location
> The messages are
> free(): invalid size
> Aborted (core dumped).
> Another thread suggested that there should not be multiple versions of
> gdal on a machine. I didn’t intend for there to be but I had GDAL 3.0.7
> originally on the linux box before installing GDAL3.1.2 so it is
> possible that there may be bits of the older version around.
> I can’t find any good directions for how to do a deep clean, or for that
> matter to install gdal on Ubuntu 20.04 so I was hoping to get some
> directions here.
> Gerald C. Nelson
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