[GRASS-user] grass on linux
dicko.ahmadou at gmail.com
Sat Apr 20 06:52:27 PDT 2013
I think that almost all linux distribution are good and better than windows
if you want to take full advantage of GRASS.
If you start with linux it's better to use a friendly Debian based linux
distro such as Ubuntu or Mint.
I want also to point out that though GRASS 7 is still on development, I
find very (very) stable, I use it for a year now and advice you to do so.
Disclaimer : I'm a ArchLinux user
On Sat, Apr 20, 2013 at 1:11 PM, RichardC <richtcooper at hotmail.com> wrote:
> I'm using Linux Mint 13 (Maya), which is based on Ubuntu Precise.
> I've been using GRASS 6.4.2, and just upgraded to 6.4.3 RC1 which can be
> installed as a binary as indicated at
> I think GRASS 7 can also be installed from the latter, but of course is
> under development (unstable).
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Ahmadou H. DICKO
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PhD student in Climate change economics
Faculty of economics and managment - Cheikh Anta Diop University
West African Science Service Center on Climate Change and Adaptated Land
Center for Development Research (ZEF) - University of Bonn
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