New packages for Ubuntu available

15.03.2007 – 9:49 am

I finally managed to get vmplayer up and running (which was really pain in this network), so I tried to
generate first set of amd64 packages of GRASS and related programs. I
also recompiled everything, so it uses GDAL 1.4.0 now.

List of currently supported programs and their version:

  • GRASS GIS 6.2.1 (stable) http://grass.itc.it
  • GDAL/OGR 1.4.0 (stable) http://gdal.org
  • PROJ4 4.5.0 (stable) http://proj.maptools.org
  • QGIS 0.8 (development) http://qgis.org
  • GPSBABEL 1.3.2 (stable) http://www.gpsbabel.org
  • UMN MapServer 4.10 (stable) http://mapserver.gis.umn.edu

Supported architectures:

  • i386
  • amd64

Version of Ubuntu: 6.10 (Edgy Eft)

I also added sources, so you can download them via apt-get source and
recompile according to your needs.

To use it, point your browser to http://les-ejk.cz/ubuntu or place

         deb http://les-ejk.cz/ubuntu edgy multiverse
         deb-src http://les-ejk.cz/ubuntu edgy multiverse

to your /etc/apt/sources.list. You can also dowload my PGP key using

sudo wget -O - http://les-ejk.cz/pgp/jachym_cepicky-gpg.pub | apt-key add -

I would appreciate any feedback, especially for the AMD64 platform.

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  1. 8 Responses to “New packages for Ubuntu available”

  2. Question: Try to load http://les-ejk.cz/ubuntu edgy multiverse, but Ubuntu does not identify bzip2 compression. I´m a Ubuntu Newcomer so I dunno what to do

    By Jasmin on Mar 16, 2007

  3. hi, i’m italian. i use your repository. i can’t run grass on amd64 because libgdal1-1.3.1-grass is break. can you help me? thanks

    By flescetto on Mar 17, 2007

  4. #1: You have to add ubuntu multiverse and universe repositories in /etc/apt/sources.list to be able to use related packages.

    By Jachym on Mar 19, 2007

  5. #2: Did you try to install grass via apt-get or downloaded && dpkg -i ?

    By Jachym on Mar 19, 2007

  6. thanks Jachym, it’s all right now. :-))

    By flescetto on Mar 20, 2007

  7. good work, my friend!

    By pipal on Mar 22, 2007

  8. #6: Pipal, are you moving towards GIS world? Welcome :-)

    By Jachym on Mar 22, 2007

  9. well, not really…

    staying in analog world :)

    By pipal on Mar 22, 2007

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