Installing Open Foris Geospatial Toolkit

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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:
#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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##<pre>sudo apt-get install gcc</pre>
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##<pre>sudo apt-get install gcc g++ gdal-bin libgdal1-dev libgsl0-dev libgsl0ldbl libproj-dev python-gdal python-scipy python-tk python-qt4 perl</prE>
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##<pre>sudo apt-get install g++</pre>
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##<pre>sudo apt-get install gdal-bin</pre>
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##<pre>sudo apt-get install libgdal1-dev</pre>
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##<pre>sudo apt-get install libgsl0-dev</pre>
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##<pre>sudo apt-get install libgsl0ldbl</pre>
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##<pre>sudo apt-get install python-gdal</pre>
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##<pre>sudo apt-get install python-scipy</pre>
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##<pre>sudo apt-get install python-tk</pre>
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##<pre>sudo apt-get install perl</pre>
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#Then download the OpenForisToolkit.run installer  
#Then download the OpenForisToolkit.run installer  
##<pre>wget http://foris.fao.org/static/geospatialtoolkit/releases/OpenForisToolkit.run</pre>
##<pre>wget http://foris.fao.org/static/geospatialtoolkit/releases/OpenForisToolkit.run</pre>
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== Get Info, Update, Unistall Open Foris Toolkit ==
== Get Info, Update, Unistall Open Foris Toolkit ==
#After the first installation, you can check the '''current version info''' with the command <pre>oft-info.bash</pre>  
#After the first installation, you can check the '''current version info''' with the command <pre>oft-info.bash</pre>  
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#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>sudo 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:<pre>sudo oft-uninstall.bash</pre>
# In case you do not need further CygWin packages, you can delete the folder created at step 6
# In case you do not need further CygWin packages, you can delete the folder created at step 6

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