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I have been following this link to install on my centos 7 First I cant unzip this unzip ~/ and also the rest of the folder does not exist. Coming to this steps cd ne_10m_populated_places_simple unzip ~/ cd .. unzip ~/ unzip ~/ unzip ~/ mkdir osm-bright-master/shp mv land-polygons-split-3857 osm-bright-master/shp/ mv simplified-land-polygons-complete-3857 osm-bright-master/shp/ mv ne_10m_populated_places_simple osm-bright-master/shp/

cd osm-bright-master/shp/land-polygons-split-3857
shapeindex land_polygons.shp
cd ../simplified-land-polygons-complete-3857/
shapeindex simplified_land_polygons.shp
cd ../..

vi osm-bright/osm-bright.osm2pgsql.mml

cp ~/ .
cd ../OSMBright/
carto project.mml > OSMBright.xml

asked 06 Jun '17, 20:24

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What I suspect has happened is that the layout of the Natural Earth website has changed since osmbright was packaged. When I wrote these instructions I modified the "" script so that it worked with the new layout of that site.

You can either figure out what is missing manually (by looking at the script and seeing what it is trying to do), or try my version linked above. I'm not 100% sure what natural earth data osm-bright needs, though.

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answered 06 Jun '17, 21:06

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