[GRASS-user] g.extension error installing install r.hazard.flood
hamish_b at yahoo.com
Fri May 17 05:09:03 PDT 2013
> I'm getting the following error on using g.extension to
> install r.hazard.flood:
> g.extension.py extension=r.hazard.flood
> Traceback (most recent call last):
> IOError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory:
> I've checked Nabble forum comments re installing extensions
> but cannot find a solution.
that file comes from the grass-doc package. is it installed?
(search for which package has the file: `dpkg -S grass_logo.png`
if installed; `apt-file search grass_logo.png` if not installed)
> What would be the best method to install? Is there a manual
> way of installing an extension?
at least three other ways, the first is try g.extension[.sh] from
the grass command line (it's a separate module from the python
version), the second is to just make a ~/bin directory and put
the script in there (may need to log out and back it to get
~/bin in your path automatically).
if you have all your personal scripts in a directory somewhere,
you can set and export the GRASS_ADDON_PATH to that pathname
before starting grass and the script will then be in the GRASS
and finally, if you have the full grass source code installed
you can run `make MODULE_TOPDIR=/path/to/src/topdir`.
> My system:
> 6.4.3-1~svn548 (mint 13/ubuntu precise)
> I get the following error on attempting to install grass-dev
> into the system using the package manager:
> E: /var/cache/apt/archives/grass-
> trying to overwrite '/usr/lib/grass64/include/Make/Rules.make',
> which is also in package grass 6.4.3-1~svn54876~precise1
where did you get the packages from? UbuntuGIS? the solution when
working with after-market packages and having trouble is to
completely remove/purge the old from the system before trying to
install another version. (it's a moving target, apparently the
previous package was not sync'd to the new build rules from
DebianGIS, but the new one was, and the packager has not put
a Conflicts: in the debian/control file)
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