QGIS 2.10 RPMs for Fedora 21, Centos 7, Scientific Linux 7

qgis-icon_smallThanks to the work of Volker Fröhlich and other Fedora/EPEL packagers I was able to create RPM packages of QGIS 2.10 Pisa for Fedora 21, Centos 7, and Scientific Linux 7 using the great COPR platform.

Repo: https://copr.fedoraproject.org/coprs/neteler/QGIS-2.10-Pisa/

The following packages can now be installed and tested on epel-7-x86_64 (Centos 7, Scientific Linux 7, etc.), and Fedora-21-x86_64:

  • qgis 2.10.1
  • qgis-debuginfo 2.10.1
  • qgis-devel 2.10.1
  • qgis-grass 2.10.1
  • qgis-python 2.10.1
  • qgis-server 2.10.1

Installation instructions (run as “root” user or use “sudo”):

su

# EPEL7:
yum install epel-release
yum update
wget -O /etc/yum.repos.d/qgis-2-10-epel-7.repo https://copr.fedoraproject.org/coprs/neteler/QGIS-2.10-Pisa/repo/epel-7/neteler-QGIS-2.10-Pisa-epel-7.repo
yum update
yum install qgis qgis-grass qgis-python

# Fedora 21:
dnf copr enable neteler/QGIS-2.10-Pisa
dnf update
dnf install qgis qgis-grass qgis-python

Enjoy!

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About neteler

Markus Neteler , a founding-member of the FOSSGIS.de (D-A-CH), GFOSS.it (Italy), and the Open Source Geospatial Foundation (OSGeo), is head of the GIS and Remote Sensing Unit at the Research and Innovation Centre of the Fondazione Edmund Mach, Trento, Italy. He is author of several books and chapters on GRASS and various papers on GIS applications. Being passionate about Open Source GIS, he became a GRASS GIS user in 1993 and a developer in 1997, coordinating its development since then.

3 thoughts on “QGIS 2.10 RPMs for Fedora 21, Centos 7, Scientific Linux 7

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  2. Markus Neteler

    Unfortunately QGIS 2.10.1 was published with a partially broken “Processing” – the GRASS GIS support, the SAGA support and maybe others also fail… :-((

    In future releases “Processing” will hopefully better tested before release QGIS!

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  3. neteler Post author

    Update 10/2015: Eventually they fixed “Processing” – you can update your QGIS installation by fetching the plugin updates. Then it will work again also for you. Hooray!

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