[postgis-users] PostGIS installation error: could not find geos_c.h
lr at pcorp.us
Wed May 19 15:28:36 PDT 2010
It looks to us that your --with-geosconfig may be pointing at the source
directory instead of your install directory.
It should be pointing at wherever you installed the binaries of geos. Where
your --prefix was designated during your geos configure step.
So if you configured geos with something of the form
Then postgis should be
Also since we wrote that article, geos 3.2.2 has come out, so you should be
installing geos 3.2.2 instead of geos 3.2.0.
Geos 3.2.2 has bug fixes for Geos 3.2 branch, so will be stabler than the
geos 3.2.0 version.
Leo and Regina
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Sent: Wednesday, May 19, 2010 10:15 AM
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Subject: [postgis-users] PostGIS installation error: could not find geos_c.h
I'm trying to install PostGIS 1.5 on an Amazon EC2 instance running the
64-bit version of Fedora 8. I've installed PostgreSQL 8.4, Proj, GEOS, and
libxml. When I try to configure PostGIS, using the following command:
I get the following error:
configure: error: could not find geos_c.h - you may need to specify the
directory of a geos-config file using --with-geosconfig
Now, I have geos_c.h installed in /root/sources/geos/geos-3.2.0/capi. Can
someone please tell me what I'm doing wrong? By the way, I'm following
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