[GRASS-user] Re: Cygwin winGRASS 6.2 Errors! (Working!)

yuri bay ksh_wong at msn.com
Fri Feb 16 06:47:49 EST 2007


Thanks for the email and all your help.  I think my previous problem is the 
mapset I have created, somehow it was not created properly.  I then try to 
open the data created from my previous native binary winGRASS, and it works! 
  So the problem is to install all the necessary stuffs, which from our 
previous correspondences includes fftw3, jasper, openssl, libpd4 and 
postgresql.  I think this is due to the way / mirror I used to download 
cygwin packages.

Once I have these packages, I have to uninstall and install both cygwin and 
grass, and now it is working.

Thanks again for all your help, I will now try the network analysis aspect 
and also the simulation animation aspects, which i think work better 
compares to the native binary winGRASS.

I have tried d.slide.show and the Output monitor shows the following 
messages but without any monitors

Displaying vector maps....

G_Newmap* are a series of map with one point placed at a different location 
for each G_Newmap, so that in a series they look like moving.  But there is 
no graphic display for this process, only the output string from Output 

Any suggestions??


Best Regards
Casey Wong

>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: Fri, 16 Feb 2007 12:19:41 +1300
>yuri bay wrote:
> >
> > 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 to help??
>does "g.region -p" now work from the GRASS command line prompt?
>do the non-GUI display modules work?:
>   g.region rast=yourmap
>   d.mon x0
>   d.rast yourmap
>   d.vect roads
>   d.zoom
>If the command line instructions work, does the old "d.m" GUI work?


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