[GRASS-user] Re: Where the grassdata base resides

Catlike cogreg at gmail.com
Fri Dec 10 02:45:21 EST 2010

     Thank you. Yes, in pursuing tutorials (from UC Davis) on QGIS, I
have used the GRASS plugin many times and it always works. (My finding
the files created later, and knowing what to do with them and what
they're for, is another matter.) QGIS is a great interface, so far,
for working with GRASS.


On Thu, Dec 9, 2010 at 3:34 AM, Micha Silver [via OSGeo.org]
<ml-node+5818672-753991995-306056 at n2.nabble.com> wrote:
> Catlike wrote:
> Thank you.
> Yes, the directory name does contain white space.
> I'm using GRASS 6.4.0.
> The GRASS "login" window comes up, and I specify the database location, then
> use the Location Wizard to create a location, and click Start. A scripting
> window briefly opens, then that window and the GRASS login window both close
> and there is nothing more.
> I don't know why this isn't working for you. But I might suggest a way to
> get up and running without too much fuss: Use the QGIS GRASS plugin to
> create your gisdatabase, location and mapset. The "New GRASS Location"
> wizard is easy to follow. Then close QGIS and point GRASS to that same
> gisdbase directory and all should be well.
> You might find the QGIS GRASS plugin convenient to use for many other jobs
> as well.
> Just go to http://www.qgis.org/wiki/Download to get the latest version for
> your system. The GRASS plugin is installed automatically.
> --
> Micha
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