[postgis-users] Installing raster in POSTGIS 2.0

Mathieu Basille basille at ase-research.org
Fri Feb 10 06:57:00 PST 2012

Are these ERROR messages or simple NOTICE? It might be working despite the 
messages... Sorry I can't help more. I used it a couple of months ago 
without any problems, but I guess things changed since then (as I 
understand from the modification of file locations).

It seems more a problem of PostGIS developers than users now. Please keep 
the list informed about your progress, as it would be very valuable 
information for people using Debian-based distributions.

Best of luck,

Le 10/02/2012 09:45, nikhil a écrit :
> Hi,
> Yes i have used the same tutorial.But when i execute the "psql -d
> yourdatabase -f postgis.sql" command. i get :
> spheroid does not exist.
> geometry does not exist.
> and many others.....
> Furthermore if i try "psql -d yourdatabase -f spatial_ref_sys.sql" this
> command i get:
> spatial_ref_sys.sql table does not exist.
> Note: I am using "postgis-2.0.0alpha3SVN". The .sql files are not created at
> the locations specified by this tutorial.
> 1) my postgis.sql is at:   /postgis/postgis.sql
> 2) my rtpostgis.sql is at: /raster/rt_pg/rtpostgis.sql
> similarly rest of the .sql files are also at other locations.
> I dont know where am i going wrong. Please mention the details about the
> dependencies if any.
> thanks for replying.
> nikhil morajkar
> IIT Bombay.
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