[GRASS-user] Re: Cygwin winGRASS 6.2 Errors!
ksh_wong at msn.com
Thu Feb 15 11:24:43 EST 2007
I have re-installed all the 'stuffs' that are required by cygwin and grass.
Now, when I have successfully created a mapset, when I try to open it, the
Grass Manager GIS window failed to opened (said Application Error), with the
GIS manager's window map image hang in the middle of my screen. The Output
window and the Map Display window opened successfully. Would anyone be able
>From: Hamish <hamish_nospam at yahoo.com>
>To: "yuri bay" <ksh_wong at msn.com>
>CC: grassuser at grass.itc.it, wingrass at grass.itc.it
>Subject: Re: [GRASS-user] Re: Cygwin winGRASS 6.2 Errors!
>Date: Thu, 15 Feb 2007 23:48:15 +1300
> > Hamish wrote:
> > GRASS 6.2.1 (spearfish60):~ > child process exited abnormally
> > >
> > >got it!
> > >
> > >$ cygcheck g.region
> > >shows that the fftw3 DLL couldn't be found.
> > >
> > >$ cygcheck i.pca
> > >shows that the jasper (JPEG 2000) DLL couldn't be found.
>yuri bay wrote:
> > I have installed the fftw and jasper and have cygcheck the above and I
> > have a different errors:
> > Could not find cygcripto-0.9.8.dll and cygssl-0.9.8.dll, and I cannot
> > seem to find Crypto or SSl packages in cygwin install??
>putting those file names into the Cygwin package search engine:
>Which tells us you need to install the openssl package.
> (needed by the Postgres DB?)
>I may have installed another package which sucked that in automatically.
> > I have also tried after installing the fftw and jasper, to see if
> > using xwin on GRASS start up will work. But I have the same child
> > process error when trying to start a mapset. However I have the
> > following TCLTK error when I tried to use gis.m in cygwin command
> > shell instead of xwin. Is this because I am not using xwin?
>You need to be in an xterm to open an X monitor. The regular command
>shell is just a Windows cmd window AFAICT, and that knows nothing of
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