> I'm having some trouble accessing the GRASS database from within UDIG.
> I've followed the guidelines as per
> I've set the path to the grass database (/home/user/grassdata) and grass64
> (/usr/bin/grass64) file.
> When I attempt to display a raster file (d.rast) I get the following error:
> Process started: 2013-01-07 14:58:59
> Command launched:
> d.rast map=popmap10@PERMANENT
> Cleaning up temporary files ...
> Starting GRASS ...
> //tmp/JGT-_6e746119_874e_431a_81dc_a68e307feaa0.sh: Not a valid GRASS
> Process finished: 2013-01-07 14:59:04
The spatial toolbox supports *non* interactive GRASS commands, so
those bound to the display are not supported. It should not even
appear in the list of avaliable modules.
If you just need to display a GRASS raster you can do it without toolbox.
The fastest way to do so is:
- create an empty file named "wkp.jgrass" in your location (the
extention jgrass counts here)
- then simply drag and drop that file into uDig's catalog
- the first time it will ask you to choose a projection from the usual
list, because uDig is not able to reproduce the projection info from
GRASS' projection file
- once dragged, the location will show you mapsets and raster maps
inside the catalog
Does that help?
> Example of path entered to display raster:
> Are there any guidelines about how to use GRASS modules after they have been
> installed? Perhaps a config option somewhere?
> The grassdatabase works fine in GRASS alone.
> UDIG: 1.3.2
> GRASS 6.4.2
> OS: Linux Mint 13 (ubuntu precise)
> JGRASSTOOLS: 0.7.6
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