GIS display systems for Linux

Dreamer smorrey at gmail.com
Tue Oct 4 01:40:11 MDT 2005


I once worked for a map company where the owner wanted people to be
able to click on an area anywhere in the state and order the USGS topo
quad for the area.
We wound up using a special linux distro for the webserver, that was
customized for exactly this type of implementation, however IIRC it
was just a nice collection of open source tools, that fit well
together.

According to the distro authors notes he built it mostly around this
http://fwtools.maptools.org/

I hope thats helpful!

On 10/3/05, Dave Smith <DavidSmith at byu.net> wrote:
> I'm curious if anyone here has used the open source Geographic Information
> System GRASS, and can comment on how you used it, whether you liked it,
> etc.
>
> I'm looking for some display software so I can plot points on a map, but I
> want it to all be local (ie, no Google Maps). If it uses Qt, that's a
> bonus.
>
> --Dave
>
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