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Old 03-31-2005, 02:26 AM   #1
oldforce
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Registered: Jun 2004
Location: Turkey, Istanbul
Distribution: Novel Suse Professional 9.3
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Grass and qGIS problem (version 6.0 on suse 9.2)


i installed them with no problem..
but when i started grass with downloaded datas i see grass splash screen it says done and nothing appears.
this is the first problem..
second is;
qgis starts normal, and i can add layer but when trying to build pyramids it quits..
and when trying to add point it quits too...

what is the problem?
help me pls..
thanks
 
  


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