[GRASSLIST:3508] Re: script for importing Terra-ASTER data

Zbigniew Perski perski at us.edu.pl
Thu May 27 10:26:41 EDT 2004

> Level 1A/1B should work fine with the current GDAL release.


I have installed binary files of grass5.7. It is working fine (gdal
import and nviz as well) but when I am trying to use r.in.aster the
segmentation fault appears:

r.in.aster input=/home/pers/Projekty/Svalbard/Ny_alesund/ASTER/pg-PR1A0000-2000122501_029_009 band=1 output=band1

georeferencing aster image
gdalwarp -t_srs +proj=latlong +a=6378137 +rf=298.257223563 +no_defs HDF4_SDS:ASTER_L1B:"/home/pers/Projekty/Svalbard/Ny_alesund/ASTER/pg-PR1A0000-2000122501_029_009":2 /home/pers/grass_dbase/NW_Spitsb_LL/PERMANENT/.tmp/thera/1943.0.tif

/usr/local/grass57-22_05_2004/scripts/r.in.aster: line 102:  1947 Segmentation fault      gdalwarp -t_srs "`g.proj -jf`" $srcfile $tempfile

importing into GRASS

ERROR 4: `/home/pers/grass_dbase/NW_Spitsb_LL/PERMANENT/.tmp/thera/1943.0.tif' does not exist in the file system,
and is not recognised as a supported dataset name.

cleaning up


Hmmm... I have not idea what is wrong. proj and gdal are present adn visible from inside grass.
Is it possible that current linux binaries will not support r.in.aster?



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