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Hi I'm getting the following:
Error 1. The command which triggered the error was:
sudo -k $installdir/postgresplus-8.4.1-2-linux$archfilestring.bin -enable-components dbserver,postgis -disable-components slony,pgJdbc,psqlOdbc,npgsql,pgbouncer,pgmemcache,pgagent -prefix $installdir -datadir $datadir -serverport $port -mode unattended -unattendedmodeui minimal
on line 324 of the osm2postgresql script.
## To delete the imported or temporary data, you might need to
## run something similar to this (use with care the lines with the '*'):
# To remove osmosis temporary data:
rm -r /home/tim/tempOSM2012-01-26_17:26:58
rm -r osmosis-*/
# To delete the imported data, you may need to run:
dropdb -h 127.0.0.1 -p 5432 OSM2012-01-26_17:26:58
# If you created a tablespace:
echo "DROP TABLESPACE ;" | psql -h 127.0.0.1 -p 5432
# If you created a tablespace or used the -install option:
sudo rm -r /home/tim/Postgres841/data
I've tried removing the entire contents of the Postgres841 folder, there's nothing called temp* and there's nothing with osmosis in the name either. So it happens when I install from an "empty" setting, though I've no idea if there is anything hiding elsewhere not in ~
This is with ubuntu
The only part of the message which is informal about the error is the following:
Error 1. The command which triggered the error was: sudo -k $installdir/postgresplus-8.4.1-2-linux$archfilestring.bin --enable-components dbserver,postgis --disable-components slony,pgJdbc,psqlOdbc,npgsql,pgbouncer,pgmemcache,pgagent --prefix $installdir --datadir $datadir --serverport $port --mode unattended --unattendedmodeui minimal on line 324 of the osm2postgresql script.
All the rest is (almost) always identical and is a default/standard message. Please note the: "you might need to run something similar to this" which means that often you do not need to run all of this to clean temporary files.
Back to the error: from the error message there is little that says what went wrong. Maybe if you give more context it would help.
Anyway, as stated in the help, the -install option is not recommended and is alpha quality. Better use:
sudo apt-get install postgresql-8.4-postgis postgresql-contrib-8.4
Good tutorial is in this section:
If you can, install postgre 9.x instead.
Hope this helps!