GeoFIS provides Debian packages to install on some Linux distributions. All required dependencies will be installed with GeoFIS (you must accept the dependencies for GeoFIS working properly).
GeoFIS needs the Java Development Kit (JDK) installed (version >= 1.8).
This version is not installed by default on older Linux distribution.
Follow instructions to install OpenJDK 8 on Debian 8.x “Jessie”.
Follow instructions to install OpenJDK 8 on Ubuntu 14.04 “Trusty”.
Some GeoFIS operations needs the R software (version >= 3.0) to be installed for working.
Your Linux distribution contain a default R software. We recommend to use the latest available R software for your distribution, some R packages used by GeoFIS are not available (or have bugs) with older version of R. See known problems with R.
Follow instructions to install or update R software on Linux.
At the first launch of GeoFIS, or after a major update of R software, the required R packages will be compiled and installed (this can be quite long…).
GeoFIS needs the library ‘libgdal-dev’ installed on your Linux distribution (required version >= 1.11.4 by rgdal R package). This version is not available on older Linux distributions.
For Ubuntu 16.04 “Xenial” or 14.04 “Trusty”, you can install most recent ‘libgdal-dev’ version from UbuntuGIS repository.
For Debian 8.x “Jessie”, you must install GDAL from sources.
Select your Operating System, and follow instructions “Add repository and install manually” to install the GeoFIS package for your Linux distribution:
For Mint 18.x, Select Ubuntu Operating System and install version xUbuntu 16.04.
For Mint 17.x, Select Ubuntu Operating System and install version xUbuntu 14.04.
For LMDE 2, Select Debian Operating System and install version Debian 8.0.
For LMDE 3, Select Debian Operating System and install version Debian 9.0.
Launch GeoFIS from desktop menu or terminal
The GeoFIS updates will be proposed with the system updates.
By installing GeoFIS you accept the CeCILL free software license agreement