[Qgis-developer] Error : cannot connect to X server on Ubuntu
matthias.kuhn at gmx.ch
Wed Dec 10 12:07:40 PST 2014
I have never run a processing model standalone, so I cannot help there.
I don't know how closely tied this is to GUI related things. It may or
may not work without X. But if you have to create a QgsApplication which
is a QApplication I am pretty sure that you need to have some kind of X
running. So it would be a matter of getting processing to run without
How does hadoop-mapreduce work? Is it not possible to spawn one separate
xvfb-run process per map?
On 12/10/2014 08:58 PM, devquestions2 at gmail.com wrote:
> thanks Matthias,
> Actually this is what i am trying to do.
> i need to calculate wetness index, so i have developed a model in qgis
> graphical modeler that invokes grss-saga algorithsm to calculate slope,
> wetness index etc.
> all i want to do is to run that algorithm in a headless mode.
> So, using processing model is the only way here or there are any other
> approaches ?
> using xvfb-run is an option, but it will complicate something else i.e i
> want then invoke the scripts via hadoop-mapreduce for parallel execution.
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