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    ovepass-api on opensuse 13.1 - what do i need to install?


    i want to install overpass.api on opensuse 13.1

    what is needed to do that.

    are there things i have to get via YAST - or do i need to get all via Terminal!?

    Any and all help will be greatly appreciated

    greetings

    i want to install overpass.api on opensuse 13.1

    what is needed to do that.

    are there things i have to get via YAST - or do i need to get all via Terminal!?

    Any and all help will be greatly appreciated

    greetings[/QUOTE]


    hmm - is anybody able to help here ?


    CF http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Overpass_API/install

    This page tells you how to install the OSM3S server such that you can use it as a local OSM mirror.
    Additional functionality like management of areas and the line diagram utils aren't covered yet.

    System Requirements


    It is highly recommended that you have at least the following hardware resources available for an OSM planet server:

    1 GB of RAM (less is acceptable if you have more processor resources)
    40 GB of hard disk space (80-100 GB if you want minutely updates, less if you use a smaller extract file)

    It is required that you have the following resources:

    Access to Expat and a C++ compiler
    An OSM file in XML format compressed in bzip format (CloudMade is an excellent resource for this. Another good resource is located on the Planet.osm page.)

    NOTE: You do not need a database engine (e.g. MySQL or PostgreSQL); the database back-end is included in the OSM3S package.

    You will need to identify or create:

    $EXEC_DIR: The root directory in which executable files should be installed (/bin/ suffix removed). (~100 MB). For example, a good place might be: /srv/osm3s
    $DB_DIR: a directory to store the database
    $PLANET_FILE: a place for the compressed (bzip) OSM planet/extract file (up to 10 GB)
    $REPLICATE_DIR: a directory to store minutely (or otherwise) diffs (only necessary if you decide to configure minutely updates below)

    NOTE: If you run into 403 forbidden errors on apache , try the following locations


    love to hear from you

    cf http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Overpass_API/install

    guess that i meet the system requirements on my samsung netbook - (bit low level) but i guess that this might work
    Last edited by sayhello; 06-08-2014 at 06:37 AM.
    Akoya P 6512 15" OpenSuse 13.1: AMD Athlon X2 P320
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