[FGS] MrSID Support
Kris R. DeLaney
botany at strato.net
Tue Jun 16 10:06:40 EST 2009
I do not intend to use 32bit software or hardware to run GIS mapping or
image processing functions. This type of processing is too demanding for
that. However, after so much correspondence, I would like to see the
end-to-end proceedure for doing so. It may help solve some future problems.
The command-by-command sequence for implementing MrSID/JP2MrSID support
uisng FGS would be useful to have. I hope Wendell/Normad provide it.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Normand Savard" <nsavard at mapgears.com>
To: "Wendell Dingus" <wendell at bisonline.com>
Cc: <foss-gis-suite at lists.maptools.org>
Sent: Tuesday, June 16, 2009 9:06 AM
Subject: Re: [FGS] MrSID Support
> Wendell Dingus wrote:
>> I believe we're OK now. We fired up a 32-bit VM and copied all the /opt/*
>> stuff to it and was able to build the module cleanly. Seems fine once we
>> copied back to the 64-bit box as well...
>> [root at gis fgs-9.5]# gdalinfo --formats | grep SID
>> MrSID (ro): Multi-resolution Seamless Image Database (MrSID)
>> JP2MrSID (ro): MrSID JPEG2000
> I'm happy to hear that. I think it could be good for all of us to know
> all the process you follow to make FGS works on Centos. Is it possible
> for you to write a short email to describe that?
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