mblue at nb.sympatico.ca
Wed Jan 17 16:57:21 EST 2001
You have downloaded the precompiled binary version. You can check out
the instructions for using that version - see the README file in the
directory you downloaded grass from, or if you wish to compile yourself,
go back to the download page:
Grass download page
and follow the link for Source Code for Grass5.0beta.
> I re- tarred the grass tarball in the /opt/grass5sources directory. The
> tar -xvf command did not uncompress a directory called grass5.0beta10 in
> the /opt/grass5sources directory. It did make the following directories:
> txt. There is a file called grass5 in the directory but it is only a
> file of an unkown type. What am I doing wrong? Is there a problem with
> the gzip file I downloaded?
> Justin S.
> Malcolm Blue wrote:
> > Justin,
> > If you gunzipped and untarred the beta 10 files correctly, they should
> > be in a directory called grass5.0beta10 directly under the directory
> > where you ran the tar command.
> > I assume that you followed the directions, and, substituting the beta
> > version number, did something like:
> > gunzip grass5.0beta10.tar.gz
> > tar -xvf grass5.0beta10.tar
> > This should have created a subdirectory called grass5.0beta10 . If
> > you typed these commands correctly you should see a long list of files
> > being extracted from the tar file - this takes a while.
> > Then, instead of the instruction listed in the README file:
> > cd grass5.0beta
> > just do
> > cd grass5.0beta10
> > Look at the INSTALL file in that directory for further information.
> > Malcolm
> >> Hello GRASS list:
> >> I am a new user hoping to learn the hydro simulation modeling capabilities of
> >> GRASS as well as its spatial stat components. I am attempting to install GRASS
> >> 5.0 beta10 to a RedHat7.0 linux box. I have gunzipped and tared the files and am
> >> ready to install, except I don't know where to run the ./configure and make
> >> install commands. I cannot find the grass5.0beta directory as documented. Where
> >> would this directory be? I assume in the same one as the other stuff. Anyways I
> >> would appreciate your help.
> >> Justin A Saarinen
> >> MS Candidate
> >> University of Florida Geography
> >> Gainesville, Florida USA
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