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I'm trying to install Nominatim in a CentOS 6 machine.

When I execute ./configure in the Nominatim folder, I end up getting the following:

checking for proj headers in /usr/include... not found checking for proj projection library... no configure: error: required library not found

Already checked the packages needed according to the wiki, it's all there.

asked 26 Feb '13, 22:13

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Which "proj" packages do you have installed?

(27 Feb '13, 00:48) Frederik Ramm ♦

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I executed yum list proj

Installed Packages proj.i386 4.8.0-3 @opengeo

yum list proj-devel

Installed Packages proj-devel.i386 4.8.0-3 @opengeo

(27 Feb '13, 01:29) gabriel_casado

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proj-epsg.i386 4.8.0-3 @opengeo

(27 Feb '13, 16:24) gabriel_casado

I've had this happen b/c the gcc-c++.x86_64 (I guess gcc-c++.386 for you) was not installed.

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answered 25 Oct '13, 16:01

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locate one of the proj header files with locate org_proj4_Projections.h then add that directory to the include path using -I/path/to/dir in the configure script.

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answered 28 Feb '13, 10:00

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