[GRASS-user] gdal, v.in.ogr, Ubuntu intrepid
casey.vandenberg at sjgeophysics.com
Thu Mar 12 17:57:21 EDT 2009
I also ran into the buffer overflow error that many others have been
reporting with a 64 bit 8.10 install of Ubuntu. Instead of installing all of
the debian packages that Paolo did in his fix, I only installed one
(libgdal1-1.5.0_1.5.4-2_amd64.deb). I kept my old libgdal1-1.5.0 package
that was previously installed, and recompiled Grass. It worked for me and
only required one package installation.
As an aside, I initially tried installing libgdal1-1.6.0 from source and
then recompiled grass. Importing a shapefile using v.in.ogr still returned a
buffer overflow error, but it wasn't getting an error in the same location
as it had prior to the install. I don't have the know how to try and track
down another set of issues, so I gave up on installing from source.
Paolo Craveri wrote:
> Perhaps solved (I hope)!
> I created a local repository (eg. /usr/local/mydebs); then I download
> from Debian-Lenny all gdal packages
> (libgdal1-1.5.0-grass_1.5.2-1_i386, gdal-bin_1.5.2-3_i386, etc.etc.).
> I updated the repository and my sources.list as explain here:
> With synaptic I installed all gdal packages and finally I recompiled
> grass6.4 svn without any errors.
> v.in.ogr works well.
> This is not a elegant solution of course and probably there are better
> ways, but works.
> Paolo C.
> Lat. 44° 39' 11.08'' N Long. 7° 23' 25.26'' E
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