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unable to download svn co http://svn.mapnik.org/tags/release-0.7.1/ mapnik for mapnik gives result svn: 'http://svn.mapnik.org/tags/release-0.7.1' path not found

please proide me details and help me to configure open street map on ubuntu 9.10 i follow http://weait.com/content/build-your-own-openstreetmap-server to configure OSM but getting lots of error

asked 18 Nov '11, 07:58

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edited 21 Nov '11, 08:52

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Jonathan Ben...


(not that it's relevant to you on an older version of Ubuntu but) the packaged version of mapnik in later versions of Ubuntu would probably also work:

apt-get install libmapnik0.7 mapnik-utils python-mapnik
(21 Nov '11, 14:31) SomeoneElse ♦

It looks like Mapnik have recently moved from svn to git. I think you can get the 0.7.1 release from this link (zipped, so you'll need to unzip it afterwards, and probably then move the files into the correct path - where the svn co command would have put them). The link is the download link at the bottom of this page.

permanent link

answered 18 Nov '11, 08:39

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Thanks Sir! It works .. Mapnik is installed Successfully

(21 Nov '11, 07:08) baban

If the download link is somewhat obscured, try: http://prdownload.berlios.de/mapnik/mapnik-0.7.1.tar.bz2 for Mapnik 0.7.1

(16 Jan '12, 12:00) SomeoneElse ♦
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