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Re: Fwd: Re: [Live-demo] Let's bring the OSGeo live packages to debian!

Hi Paolo,

On Tue, Sep 16, 2014 at 09:43:58AM +0200, Paolo Cavallini wrote:
> Il 16/09/2014 09:20, Andreas Tille ha scritto:
> > Please be verbose here on this list about any hurdle in this process
> > since we can try to help you to the best of our knowledge.
> > [1] http://pkg-grass.alioth.debian.org/policy
> Thanks, that's what I did:
> * installed qgis 2.4 from experimental
> * installed saga 2.1.2+dfsg-2 from sid
> * installed otb 4.0.0-2 by packaging from git, as you indicated
> * qgis --configpath /home/paolo/Desktop/qgis_test to start afresh
> This are my issues:
> * running a sample OTB command results in
> ---
> OTB execution console output
> /usr/bin/otbApplicationLauncherCommandLine: error while loading shared libraries:
> libOTBWrapperCommandLine.so.4.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or
> directory
> ---
> so the path should be configured (as pointed out in previous threads on this list)

Sorry, I fail to understand how exactly the path should be set.  Could you
provide a patch?

> * running a sample SAGA command results in
> ---
> Missing dependency.This algorithm cannot be run :-(
> This algorithm requires SAGA to be run.Unfortunately, it seems that SAGA is not
> installed in your system, or it is not correctly configured to be used from QGIS
> Click here to know more about how to install and configure SAGA to be used with QGIS
> ---
> Unchecking the "Use SAGA 2.0.8 syntax" in Processing options improves this, but:
> ---
> Oooops! The following output layers could not be open
> Slope: /tmp/processing/8499830391604d2fb3a87695847c0bf0/SLOPE.tif
> Aspect: /tmp/processing/ff9955e369b54c50b44b5cb609933fae/ASPECT.tif
> Curvature: /tmp/processing/47a1c7a9985b4147bb8ae1b75844fe0c/CURV.tif
> Plan Curvature: /tmp/processing/3191d0255242458792e5fe7169d18869/HCURV.tif
> Profile Curvature: /tmp/processing/45500b69492e42cda60e55d5037afce3/VCURV.tif
> The above files could not be opened, which probably indicates that they were not
> correctly produced by the executed algorithm
> Checking the log information might help you see why those layers were not created as
> expected
> This algorithm requires SAGA to be run. A test to check if SAGA is correctly
> installed and configured in your system has been performed, with the following result:
> SAGA seems to be correctly installed and configured
> ---
> I think wrong options are used inside Processing, so this may be an upstream bug:

If you know a solution for this we could solve this temporarily with a
quilt patch.

Just to make sure you understood my role correctly:  I gathered quite
some knowledge in packaging over the years but I have zero knowledge
about qgis, saga and OTB.  So we need to find a sensible way to pool our
different skills to get some reasonable result.

Kind regards



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