first post in this forum.
I am using QLandkarteGT for many years and I really love QLandkarteGT.
Today I am trying to compile QMapshack to evaluate if it ...
Im am more or less a beginner in all that compiling stuff - so what I
1. Build QM according to
I have documented the steps I made to install QMapShack 1.3.0 in a
Ubuntu Gnome 14.04.03.
As I am a newbie with QMapShack maybe it will help other newbies to come
quickly to QMapShack.
Script to install QMapShack 1.3.0 on a Ubuntu Gnome 14.04.03
problem, because make install put the files in
usr/local. You have copied some files to /usr, but not all I think.
Change line 48 of the file 'Makefile.conf' in routino to 'prefix=/usr'.
then you must nothing copy.
Am 22.08.2015 um 15:30 schrieb Karl Karsten:
May be you can check for another option:
Sometimes I am using http://brouter.de/brouter-web/ to create a quick
and dirty track considering length and height.
It is quite flexibel an you will come quickly to a track for a one-day
afternoon trekking ride.
Then storing the GPX file to disk and
Inspired by an article in www.heise.de about "7-Zoll-Touch-Display für
Raspberry Pi" I ask myself whether it's possible to run QLandkarteGT on
a Raspberry Pi to build my own Bicycle Navigation System?!
Please have also a look at Gpsies Webpage. Beside to gpsbabel I am using it to
convert from FIT to GPX for using in QLGT.
Karl ...Karl ...
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From: Pierre Baldensperger
Date: Wed, 25 Nov
I am just testing the migration of my QLandkarteGT projects to the new
First of all, a really big step forward in the last months,
congratulation to the developer team of this great application.
All works fine so far, except the integration of my Google Maps.
In QL there
1.2017, 18:36 +0100 schrieb Jeroen N. Witmond:
> On 2017-01-08 18:07, Karl Karsten wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I am just testing the migration of my QLandkarteGT projects to the
> > new
> > QMapShack tool.
> > First of all, a r
> Further I created a project "POI" which I use for points only. This
> project I send to my device via QMS as usual.
> I can organize my points on internal storage and an SDHC card as
> I hope that helps a bit!
> Kind regards
I am using a Garmin Edge 1000. Everything works fine to up und
downloads tracks to and from QMS/Garmin.
But I am wondering how I can upload waypoints, which I have created
during a bike ride on my Garmin, to QMS.
Download of waypoint to Garmin is working, I see the waypoints in my
thanks for your help by using GPSBabel.
I am using current GPSBabel Version: 1.5.4. (Downloaded and compiled by
sudo ./gpsbabel -t -i garmin -f usb: -o gpx -F gpsdata.gpx
==> no result
sudo ./gpsbabel -t -i garmin_fit -f usb: -o gpx -F gpsdata.gpx
ns file. QMS won't read the locations file automatically when
> the Garmin device is mounted. The locations file can be read like a
> normal GIS file from the hard drive.
> On 13.08.17 10:50, Karl Karsten wrote:
> > Hello John,
> > th
sorry to raise this newbie question. How to import this patch? I never
did it before.
I tried to copy the patch file to my QMapShack source folder and used:
hg import progressbar.patch
I get the following output:
patching file src/gis/db/CDBProject.cpp
I tested on Ubuntu Gnome 16.04.03 LTS. Now it's working as expected.
Many thanks :-)
Am Mittwoch, den 23.08.2017, 09:34 +0200 schrieb Oliver Eichler:
> Ok, thanks!
> I optimized the code and tried to find all other parts in the code
> with the same behavior. Let's hope I found them
I am not a professional developer or admin guy but this are all the packages I
have installed on my Ubuntu Gnome 16.04.03 LTS box to compile QMS with MySQL,
routino and DEM support. Ubuntu is a kind of "child" from Debian. Maybe Debian
has the same
I can confirm similar behavior on Ubuntu Gnome 16.04 LTS. Selection window for
copy mode is not on top of window stack. I use CTRL-TAB to bring it visible.
Von meinem Samsung Galaxy Smartphone gesendet.
Ursprüngliche Nachricht Von: AM
prefix=/usr/local" to "prefix=/usr"
> sudo make
> cd ..
> cd routino
> svn update
> sudo make
Am Samstag, den 26.08.2017, 00:48 +0200 schrieb Michael Heerdegen:
> Karl Karsten <m...@kar
my only 5 Cents ...
I am using QMS DB funcs (MariaDB) beside to my Nextcloud installation
hosted by OwnCube on a server in the Netherlands. This works fine an
stable for me. I guess this is a what you called "network"
installation. I do not have experiences with a "cluster"
it is quite easy to create waypoints in QMS and transfer them to my
Garmin Edge 1000 device - I like it to see some more information beside
to the track ...
Now I can see the waypoints from the device in QMS when connected to
QMS - really great!
But to delete the waypoint in the Garmin
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