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[Pkg-grass-general] Re: [GRASSLIST:7440] r.terraflow with debian grass ?

I use Ubuntu which is based on Debian. I think the installation is
identical. Downloaded the cvs GRASS binary here:


Follow the instructions for installing, pay attention to the part
about manually setting the simlinks from the Debian libraries to what
GRASS expects. The one simlink that is not in the directions is for
libstdc++-libc6.2-2.so.3. The first time you run r.terraflow you will
get an error about not finding it. I fixed it with the following:

ln -s li bstdc++-3-libc6.2-2-2.10.0.so libstdc++-libc6.2-2.so.3

I used r.terraflow last week and it worked well.


On 7/4/05, orkun <temiz@deprem.gov.tr> wrote:
> hello
> I have grass6 installed as debian package.
> Is there any way to add r.terraflow module to grass
> without collapsing debian grass package ?
> or
> Is only way to install grass from source  code ?
> regards
> Ahmet
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