[GRASSLIST:6654] Re: AW: Import GRASS-Data from a distant
michael.barton at asu.edu
Thu Apr 28 01:27:31 EDT 2005
Why don't you put them in the grass addons repository of the GRASS WIKI.
This way everyone can access them.
Thanks to you and Hamish for the nice work.
On 4/27/05 1:52 PM, "marco.lechner"
<marco.lechner at geographie.uni-freiburg.de> wrote:
> Hi Hamish,
> I modified your scripts and they run great for my needs.
> I will attach them to this mail - may be we can put it in the CVS?
> What I changed:
> - fixed problem "g.parser not found"
> - r.unpack didn't remove the path from the *.pack file and tried to import
> the packed Map with naming it the whole path not only the filename I added a
> second sed pipe, which removes the path from $GIS_OPT_input
> Could anyone please try it - I was only able to test it on a Cygwin-machine
> with GRASS6.1.cvs.
> Marco Lechner
> Institut für Physische Geographie
> Werderring 4
> 79085 Freiburg
> Fon 0761 203-3548
> Email marco.lechner at geographie.uni-freiburg.de
> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: Hamish [mailto:hamish_nospam at yahoo.com]
> Gesendet: Mittwoch, 27. April 2005 10:55
> An: Marco Lechner
> Cc: GRASSLIST at baylor.edu
> Betreff: Re: [GRASSLIST:6631] Import GRASS-Data from a distant
>> I wonder if it is possible to import GRASS-Data into my
>> Location/Mapset from a Location/Mapset wich is storted somewhere else
>> in the Network? I'm using GRASS for a GIS-Lecture and each user has
>> its own Spearfish-Location/Mapsets. This is necessary, because the
>> students also should learn to administrate a whole location.
> Note maps in the PERMANENT mapset are read only and accessable from all
> other mapsets.
> To copy a vector map to another computer, just copy over the directory
> in $MAPSET/vector/ and possibly the dbf link in $MAPSET/dbf.
> scp, 'tar -czf' etc..
> To copy a raster map (as you know) you have to copy a lot of files from
> a lot of places... one day the raster format will be rewritten & things
> will be easier, but in the mean time I have written a couple little
> scripts to pack up a raster map for transport to another machine. r.pack
> and r.unpack,
> It's up to you to make sure the projection settings are the same.
C. Michael Barton, Professor of Anthropology
School of Human Evolution and Social Change
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