GIS Resources for Linux Workstations

J.M. Patek jpatek at
Wed Mar 27 07:00:00 EST 1996

David Mandel wrote:
> I starting to collect information for a talk and maybe even a WEB page on
> "Geographic Resources for Linux Users".  At the moment, GRASS and pbmplus
> are the only Linux tools I know of to do mapping on Linux workstations.
> Do other people have tools I don't know about?  I'm interested in
> commercial as well as freeware tools.
> By the way, has everyone ported MOSS/MAPS/ADS/COS to Linux?
> How about ELAS?
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>  ==============================================================Khoros is also
 available for Linux.  I have part of it compiled.
While not strictly a GIS/mapping tool it does have a number of mapping tools in
it.  And, of course, image manipulation is an important part of mapping.


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