Hi all,

I'm developing some software which I would use to work with a map offline.
I know that OpenStreetMap data can be used in this way, but I don't know what programs I need to install and how I would need to configure them.

Someone can give me a link or tips about this?

Thanks in advance, GUAN

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There are some suggestion on the OSM Wiki page Offline OpenStreetMap.

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answered 29 Jul '11, 13:41

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Oh, this wiki page is orphamed, tha means no other wiki page has a link to it ... have to look where we can add wiki links to it.

(29 Jul '11, 19:31) stephan75

You can have a look at OSM-in-a-box or Maps on a stick ...

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OSM-in-a-box is just I need it.

And sorry I'm new in OpenStreetMap, can someone tell me how to install and configure this ?

  • A converter (Java) called 'osm2gis' which imports OSM data and stores the relevant part of it in the database (PostgreSQL/PostGIS) in a geospatial, relational database schema.

  • A spatial information server with geographic web services (GeoServer), like WMS, Tiling/Caching and WFS (read-only).

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(29 Jul '11, 22:18) guan

for more detailes information about this program come over to http://forum.osm.org or to one of the http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Mailing_lists

(31 Jul '11, 11:55) stephan75

Hi,

Well I think the solution to my problem is to install a local map server. Currently I'm working with MapServer, but I don't get to make work with osm file,

I'm downloading the GeoServer, if someone has a link with a little manual to know how to make work osm file with GeoServer, please tell me.

Thanks,

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