Dear all,

We have change the way in which we are making software available through conda. 
As part of this we have removed the osgeo channel to avoid confusion with the 
OSGEO ( and the packages are now available through the 
conda-forge and rios channels. However, to make it a simpler installation 
process we have created environments which are already packaged up and 
available within the au-eoed channel. The environments have arcsi, spdlib, 
pylidar, rsgislib, rios, python-fmask, kealib, tuiview etc. all installed and 

We would recommend that you update to using these new builds, as there are many 
bug fixes and new features in the packages. Please note these builds are with 
GDAL 2.1. To install the python 3.5 builds for Linux and Mac OSX using the 
environments we have created you need to install the anaconda-client package 
from conda and then the appropriate environment. Please note difference between 
linux and mac OS X here.

conda install anaconda-client
# Linux
conda env create au-eoed/au-osgeo-lnx
source activate au-osgeo-lnx
# Mac OSX
conda env create au-eoed/au-osgeo-osx
source activate au-osgeo-osx

The environment will be created with the generic name we have assigned but if 
you want to change it you will need to clone the environment to a new name for 
example: conda create --name au-osgeo-lnx --clone my-osgeo-env

Please let us know if you run into any difficulties.

Best wishes,


* Dr Pete Bunting
* Reader in Remote Sensing
* Earth Observation and Ecosystem Dynamics Group
* Department of Geography and Earth Sciences
* Aberystwyth University
* Aberystwyth
* Ceredigion
* SY23 3DB
* UK
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