[Qgis-developer] error starting qgis (built from source)
scholten at riseup.net
Mon Jul 21 17:31:36 PDT 2014
Installing python-gdal solved the issue for me.
One could check if the building guide
should be updated, i.e. python-gdal is added to the build dependencies.
I use Linux Mint so I don't know if it's exactly the same with Ubuntu.
On 05/06/2014 12:59 PM, Daniel Scholten wrote:
> On 05/05/2014 07:16 PM, Larry Shaffer wrote:
>> On Mon, May 5, 2014 at 10:46 AM, Yves Jacolin <yjacolin at free.fr
>> <mailto:yjacolin at free.fr>> wrote:
>> Le lundi 5 mai 2014, 15:57:06 Daniel Scholten a écrit :
>> > I've had the same problem and the above worked for me. Except that
>> now I
>> > found that some plugin libraries are missing. During start of QGIS
>> I get
>> > a message "Unable to load GdalTools plugin. The required "osgeo
>> > [python-gdal]" module is missing." and after a Python error "Couldn't
>> > load plugin 'processing' [...]". After QGIS startup in the plugin
>> > manager with GdalTools everything seems to be ok, whereas processing
>> > plugin is marked broken and the reinstall button is disabled. Any
>> > suggestions what to do? Daniel
>> sudo apt-get install python3-pyqt4.qsci made the process plugin
>> working for
>> For Gdal plugin, I built GDAL with Python Binding but I guess you should
>> install python3-gdal
>> Python 3 is not supported by QGIS. Install the Python 2 support packages.
>> Required third-party Python packages include psycopg2, matplotlib,
>> pyparsing and qscintilla2 for QGIS at runtime; and, numpy for GDAL
>> (raster support, I believe).
> I first installed psycopg2, matplotlib, pyparsing, qscintilla2
> and numpy, which did not solve the problem. Then I installed
> python3-pyqt4.qsci, which also didn't solve it. Any further ideas? Daniel
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