Installing Open Foris Geospatial Toolkit

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The installer has been tested with various [http://www.ubuntu.com Ubuntu Linux] versions and it should work with other [http://www.debian.org/ Debian] based distros as well.
The installer has been tested with various [http://www.ubuntu.com Ubuntu Linux] versions and it should work with other [http://www.debian.org/ Debian] based distros as well.
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# if you do not have gdal and gsl libraries and tools installed, download and install them using commands:
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#First make sure that you have installed all the necessary gdal and gsl libraries and tools. If you do not have them then download and install them by using following commands:
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## sudo apt-get install gcc
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##<pre>sudo apt-get install gcc</pre>
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## sudo apt-get install g++
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##<pre>sudo apt-get install g++</pre>
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## sudo apt-get install gdal-bin
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##<pre>sudo apt-get install gdal-bin</pre>
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## sudo apt-get install libgdal1-dev
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##<pre>sudo apt-get install libgdal1-dev</pre>
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## sudo apt-get install libgsl0-dev
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##<pre>sudo apt-get install libgsl0-dev</pre>
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## sudo apt-get install libgsl0ldbl
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##<pre>sudo apt-get install libgsl0ldbl</pre>
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## sudo apt-get install python-gdal
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##<pre>sudo apt-get install python-gdal</pre>
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# download the OpenForisToolkit.run installer <pre>wget http://foris.fao.org/static/geospatialtoolkit/releases/OpenForisToolkit.run</pre>
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##<pre>sudo apt-get install python-scipy</pre>
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# chmod u+x OpenForisToolkit.run
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##<pre>sudo apt-get install python-tk</pre>
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# sudo ./OpenForisToolkit.run  
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##<pre>sudo apt-get install perl</pre>
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::(To accept the license terms type 1 and hit enter)
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#Then download the OpenForisToolkit.run installer  
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##<pre>wget http://foris.fao.org/static/geospatialtoolkit/releases/OpenForisToolkit.run</pre>
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##<pre>sudo chmod u+x OpenForisToolkit.run</pre>
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##<pre>sudo ./OpenForisToolkit.run</pre>
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::To accept the license terms type 1 and hit enter
== Linux: rpm-based systems (PCLinuxOS, RedHat, SuSE, etc.) ==
== Linux: rpm-based systems (PCLinuxOS, RedHat, SuSE, etc.) ==
Open Foris Toolkit is tested on and we recommend [http://www.pclinuxos.com PCLinuxOS]. Always ensure that your system is fully updated: Open Synaptic, click ''Reload'' to get a current file list, click ''Mark All Upgrades'', click ''Apply''.
Open Foris Toolkit is tested on and we recommend [http://www.pclinuxos.com PCLinuxOS]. Always ensure that your system is fully updated: Open Synaptic, click ''Reload'' to get a current file list, click ''Mark All Upgrades'', click ''Apply''.
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# if you do not have gdal and gsl libraries and tools installed, install them via Synaptic:
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# If you do not have gdal and gsl libraries and tools installed, install them via Synaptic:
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## Open Synaptic, click ''Reload'', click ''Search'', then search for the following packages and and mark them for installation: libgdal-devel, gdal, gdal-python, prom, gsl-devel, gsl-progs
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## Open Synaptic, click ''Reload'', click ''Search'', then search for the following packages and and mark them for installation: libgdal-devel, gdal, gdal-python, prom, gsl-devel, gsl-progs
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## click ''Apply'' to install them
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## Click ''Apply'' to install them
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# download the OpenForisToolkit.run installer <pre>wget http://foris.fao.org/static/geospatialtoolkit/releases/OpenForisToolkit.run</pre>
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# Download the OpenForisToolkit.run installer <pre>wget http://foris.fao.org/static/geospatialtoolkit/releases/OpenForisToolkit.run</pre>
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# to make the installer executable open a Terminal and enter the command: <pre>chmod u+x OpenForisToolkit.run</pre>
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# In order to make the installer executable open a Terminal and enter the command: <pre>chmod u+x OpenForisToolkit.run</pre>
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# install OpenForisToolkit, enter the command: <pre>su -c './OpenForisToolkit.run'</pre>
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# Install OpenForisToolkit, enter the command: <pre>su -c './OpenForisToolkit.run'</pre>
== Mac OS-X: Lion ==
== Mac OS-X: Lion ==
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# download [https://techtach.s3.amazonaws.com/files/wget wget], make it executable, and copy it into the system: open a Terminal and enter the command: <pre>chmod a+x wget; sudo cp wget /usr/bin/</pre>
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# Download [https://techtach.s3.amazonaws.com/files/wget wget], make it executable, and copy it into the system: open a Terminal and enter the command: <pre>chmod a+x wget; sudo cp wget /usr/bin/</pre>
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# download and install the latest version of the ''gsl-framework'' and ''gdal-complete'' from [http://www.kyngchaos.com/software/frameworks kyngchaos]:
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# Download and install the latest version of the ''gsl-framework'' and ''gdal-complete'' from [http://www.kyngchaos.com/software/frameworks kyngchaos]:
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# download the OpenForisToolkit.run installer <pre>wget http://foris.fao.org/static/geospatialtoolkit/releases/OpenForisToolkit.run</pre>
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# Download the OpenForisToolkit.run installer <pre>wget http://foris.fao.org/static/geospatialtoolkit/releases/OpenForisToolkit.run</pre>
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# to make the installer executable open a Terminal and enter the command: <pre>chmod u+x OpenForisToolkit.run</pre>
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# To make the installer executable open a Terminal and enter the command: <pre>chmod u+x OpenForisToolkit.run</pre>
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# amend the $PATH environment for the installation, enter the command: <pre>export PATH=/Library/Frameworks/GSL.framework/Programs:$PATH</pre>
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# Amend the $PATH environment for the installation, enter the command: <pre>export PATH=/Library/Frameworks/GSL.framework/Programs:$PATH</pre>
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# install OpenForisToolkit, enter the command: <pre> sudo ./OpenForisToolkit.run</pre>
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# Install OpenForisToolkit, enter the command: <pre> sudo ./OpenForisToolkit.run</pre>
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== Get Info, Update, Unistall Open Foris Toolkit ==
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#After the first installation, you can check the '''current version info''' with the command <pre>oft-info.bash</pre>  
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After the first installation, you can check the '''current version info''' with the command <pre>oft-info.bash</pre> and '''update''' to the latest version using command <pre>oft-update.bash</pre>  
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#and '''update''' to the latest version using command <pre>oft-update.bash</pre>  
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#You can also '''uninstall''' all the tools. To do that, enter the command:<pre>oft-uninstall.bash</pre>
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You can also '''uninstall''' all the tools. To do that, enter the command:
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<pre>oft-uninstall.bash</pre>
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