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Portable GIS

SEP 26TH, 2007


GIS on a USB stick.

Announcement: Portable GIS Version 3.1 is released (December 3rd 2012)! Download ithere. Note this is a dropbox link, so if the link doesnt work its probably because the daily download limit has been reached. Please try again tomorrow! Note also that its just for windows- no mac or linux versions (sorry)

Update: Check your downloaded file is OK by checking the md5 againstthis one

The philosophy behind this idea was to provide beginners with a ready-installed and configured stack of open source GIS tools that would run in windows without the need for emulation or a live cd. By taking out the often difficult installation and configuration, I hope to make it easier for beginners to get started with open source GIS, so they are not put off before it gets interesting and fun. Not only that, but having a fully self-contained GIS system may prove useful in a number of real-life situations.

Newly updated version 3.1 contains a self-contained installer, updated versions of all the constituent software packages, a new control panel, and improved documentation. Its stripped down from the previous release, to keep the size of the download down and make it easier to maintain. If enough people ask for a particular package to be included I will build a new version.

The current set of software includes:

  • Desktop GIS packages QGIS (with GRASS plugin and QGIS Server) version 1.8
  • FWTools (GDAL and OGR toolkit)
  • Apache2 and Php5
  • PostgreSQL (version 9.0)/Postgis (version 1.5)
  • Mapserver 5.6 and 6, OpenLayers.
  • Python 2.7 with GDAL 1.9 libraries
  • Loader- for loading gml such as Ordnance Survey Mastermap into a PostgreSQL Database
  • Utilities- portable firefox, pdf reader and text editor

The packages and menu system are all open source, but each component has a separate license. Some of the components have been altered in order to make them drive-letter independent.


  • This is not for production use. In order to keep end user configuration to a minimum there are a number of security holes and as such it should be used for demonstration and home use only.
  • It is also not stealth GIS- no attempt has been made to leave no trace on the host system.

Support and Assistance:

Dec 25
QGIS 1.8 Release


We are very pleased to announce the release ofQGIS 1.8.0 ‘Lisboa’, the next in our development release series. This release contains new features and extends the programmatic interface over QGIS 1.0.x and QGIS 1.7.0.

Binary and source code packages are available at:

If there is not yet a package for your platform on the above page, please check back regularly as packagers are still pushing out their work and they will update the download page to reflect the new packages. Along with the release of QGIS 1.8.0, the QGIS Community Team is hard at work on an updated QGIS Users’ Guide version 1.8.0. The guide will be available in the near future – we will post announcements when it is available.

QGIS is a completely volunteer driven project, and is the work of a dedicated team of developers, documenters and supporters. We extend our thanks and gratitude for the many, many hours people have contributed to make this release happen. We would also like to thank our sponsors and donors for helping to promote our work through their financial contributions.



Our current sponsors:


Silver sponsor:
State of Vorarlberg, Austria (11.2011)
Bronze sponsor:, Germany (6.2012)
Bronze sponsor:, Australia (5.2012)
Bronze sponsor:
ibW Bildungszentrum Wald, Switzerland (3.2012)
Bronze sponsor:
City of Uster, Switzerland (11.2011)


A full list of sponsors and donors can be seen here:


If you would like to make a donation or sponsor our project, please visit . QGIS is Free software and you are under no obligation to do so.



About the new release

This is a new feature release. Building on the foundation of QGIS 1.7.x releases, Lisboa introduces many new features, improvements and bug fixes. Here is a visual summary of some of the key new features.

QGIS Browser:a stand alone app and a new panel in QGIS. The browser lets you easily navigate your file system and connection based (PostGIS, WFS etc.) datasets, preview them and drag and drop items into the canvas.

Drag and drop layers with QGIS Browser

DB Manager:the DB manager is now officially part of QGIS core. You can drag layers from the QGIS Browser into DB Manager and it will import your layer into your spatial database. Drag and drop tables between spatial databases and they will get imported. You can use the DB Manager to execute SQL queries against your spatial database and then view the spatial output for queries by adding the results to QGIS as a query layer. You can also create, edit, delete, and empty tables, and move them to another schema.

Importing a layer into a database between QGIS Browser and DB Manager.

Importing a layer into a SpatiaLite database from a PostGIS database in DB Manager.

New symbol layer types:Line Pattern Fill, Point Pattern Fill.

Examples of point and line fills.

Terrain Analysis Plugin:a new core plugin was added for doing terrain analysis – and it can make really good looking colored relief maps.

Colored relief map created with the new plugin.

Ellipse renderer:a new symbol layer type to render ellipse shapes (and also rectangles, triangles, crosses) by specifying width and height. Moreover, the symbol layer allows you to set all parameters (width, height, colors, rotation, outline with) from data fields, in mm or map units.

Examples of symbols that can be rendered.

Support for nesting projects within other projects:embed content from other project files.

The menu item to embed content.

Select content from another project in this dialog.

Layer grouping:Option to add layers to selected or active group.

The new, convenient layer grouping method.

Message log:Lets you keep an eye on the messages QGIS generates during loading and operation.

New message log window.

Customization:Allows setting up simplified QGIS interface by hiding various components of main window and widgets in dialogs.

The list of elements to select from.

Action Tool:accessible from the map tools toolbar. It allows you to click on a vector feature and execute an action.

Configure an action

Activate the action tool and click on a feature …

… to execute the action.

New scale selector:select from a list of predefined scales

Select a predefined scale, or enter your own as before.

Pan To Selected tool:Pans the map to selected feature(s); does not change the zoom level.

The toolbar icon for the new tool.

Copy and paste styles between layers

The menu item to copy a style.

Updated CRS selector dialog

The new dialog.

New plugin repository:Note that the old repository is now no longer supported by default; plugin authors are kindly requested to move their plugins to the new repository.

The new repository’s pretty (inter)face!

Legend-independent drawing order:The order seen in the legend can be different from the display order. This allows you to order your layers in order of importance, for example, but to still display them in the correct order.

The new layer order list is optional. Checking the “control rendering order” box underneath the list of layers will cause a revert to default behavior.

Other noteworthy changes with this release

  • Action Tool – now there is a tool on the map tools toolbar that will allow you to click on a vector feature and execute an action.
  • MSSQL Spatial Support – you can now connect to your Microsoft SQL Server spatial databases using QGIS.
  • Composers – have multiple lines on legend items using a specified character
  • Expression based labelling
  • Heatmap tool – a new core plugin has been added for generating raster heatmaps from point data. You may need to activate this plugin using the plugin manager.
  • GPS Tracking – The GPS live tracking user interface was overhauled and many fixes and improvements were added to it.
  • Menu Re-organisation – The menus were re-organised a little – we now have separate menus for Vector and Raster and many plugins were updated to place their menus in the new Vector and Raster top level menus.
  • Offset Curves – a new digitising tool for creating offset curves was added.
  • Option to add layers to selected or active group
  • New tools in Vector menu – densify geoemtries, Build spatial index
  • Export/add geometry column tool can export info using layer CRS, project CRS or ellipsoidal measurements
  • Model/view based tree for rules in rule-based renderer
  • Improvements in Spatial Bookmarks
  • Plugin metadata in metadata.txt
  • Refactored postgres data provider: support for arbitrary key (including non-numeric and multi column), support for requesting a certain geometry type and/or srid in QgsDataSourceURI
  • Added gdal_fillnodata to GDALTools plugin
  • Support for PostGIS TopoGeometry datatype
  • Python bindings for vector field symbol layer and general updates to the python bindings.
  • Benchmark program
  • Row cache for attribute table
  • UUID generation widget for attribute table
  • Added support of editable views in SpatiaLite databases
  • Expression based widget in field calculator
  • Creation of event layers in analysis lib using linear referencing
  • Load/save layer style (new symbology) from/to SLD document
  • WFS support in QGIS Server
  • Option to skip WKT geometry when copying from attribute table
  • Support for zipped and gzipped layers
  • Test suite now passes all tests on major platforms and nightly tests
  • Set tile size for WMS layers
Dec 25
QGIS 1.7.4 Release

QGIS Version 1.7.4 ‘Wroclaw’ is released

We are pleased to announce another release in our 1.7.x series of releases. To download your copy, please visitthe QGIS download page. This release is named after the town of Wroclaw in Poland. The Department of Climatology and Atmosphere Protection, University of Wroclaw kindly hosted the developer meeting in November 2010 when 1.7 was released.

Please note that this is a bugfix release. As such it contains no new features preserves the programmatic interface of QGIS 1.7.0. As with any software, there may be bugs and issues that we were not able to fix in time for the release. We therefore recommend that you test this version before rolling it out en-masse to your users. The original release announcement of QGIS 1.7.0 including details and screenshots can still be foundhere.

1. Changelog

This is a bugfix release over version 1.7.3. The following changes were made.

  • Fix #5010 Line intersection non fatal error
  • Fix #2992 Use native Separators in Filename-edit-widget
  • Fix #4633 ‘Save as…DXF’ does not add file extension
  • Fix #4412 Ftools: Input layers are not presented in alphabetical order
  • Fix #4326 Use project title as default filename in Save and Save as dialogs
  • Fix #4623 GPS plugin: ‘Save as…’ does not add file extension
  • Fix #4652 Remove “unsynced” EPSG CRS that are not listed in GDAL
  • Fix #4625 Enable wait cursor when WMS search is ongoing
  • Fix #3845 Add support for modulo operator (%) in rule based rendering
  • Fix #4193 GRASS Rasters are not drawn with user-defined style
  • Fix #4557 Fix crash when project is not yet saved
  • Fix #4315 ‘Stretch Histogram to full dataset’ toolbar button does not work with GRASS rasters
  • Fix #4632 More precise composer map rotation
  • Fix #4664 Fix label orientation with line dependent position
  • Fix #2435 Fix Query builder from layer properties when layer name in cyrrilic
  • Fix #4684 Skip attribute values with invalid variant type
  • Fix #4549 Update QgsGenericProjectionSelector bindings
  • Fix #4129 GDAL provider: add statusChanged signal and fix debugging output
  • Fix #4379 If set ‘prompt for CRS’, CRS is asked when creating new shapefile layer
  • Fix #4694 Hourglass not shown when classifying
  • Fix #4478 Actions using %% do not work from identify results
  • Fix #4646 Editing of table of attributes goes Wild
  • Fix #3963 Crash when applying a graduated vector style
  • Fix #3185,#4689 Gps Tools: Allow user to add new ports
  • Fix #4402 QGIS crashes displaying overview if diagrams are used
  • Fix #4371 Identify tool does not work with reprojected WMS layers
  • Fix #4305 Query builder: added ‘ ‘ around numeric fields (wrong)
  • Fix #4217 Allow up to 5 decimal places for width/size Scale Field
  • Fix #4452 Support for cyrillic symbols in raster metadata
  • Fix #4558 Enhancements in OGR Provider
  • Fix #3201 Show warning when user tried to create field ‘shape’ in shapefile
  • Fix #4736 Do not create the .gislock file under Windows (as native GRASS now does)
  • Fix #4523,#4737,#4738 Several Nodetool fixes
  • Fix #4690 Crash when adding field to a shape file’s attribute table
  • Fix #2709 There is no default value of Categorized symbol in new symbology
  • Fix #4693 Always save last used directory in Raster terrain analysis plugin
  • Fix #4567 Fix Union tool to produce correct attribute table
  • Fix #1209 Save last used directory and last used filter in GPSTools plugin
  • Fix #206 (partial) Remember dialog size and position and restore them
  • Fix #4138 Display real band number for multiband rasters when single band gray drawing style used
  • Fix #4178 Display plugins from additional paths in Plugin Manager
  • Fix #3763 Use native file dialogs wherever possible
  • Fix #3189 Increase scale range
  • Fix #4843 Fix highlighting for identify tool when OTF enabled
  • Fix #4635 Attribute table edit button: only changes to columns are refreshed when Discarding changes
  • Fix #4109 Save-as to ‘original CRS’ incorrectly reprojects if OTF reprojection is disabled
  • Fix #5010 Fix Intersect lines tool
  • Fix #4465 Make the GRASS plugin working with GRASS 6.4.2RC2
  • Fix #4668 Make r.sunmask.position and r.sunmask.datetime work
  • Fix #4965 Enable toggle editing button depending on layer type
  • minor UI fix in New SpatiaLite Layer dialog
  • Merge shapefile to one crash when used layers mode
  • Reload default color table
  • Fix for attribute shift in form when invoked from table
  • Postgres provider: remove ctid limitation to 32bit
  • Add extension to new SpatiaLite database if user ommits it
  • Disable rendering while legend group is removed
  • Query builder: support null values in values lists
  • Avoid useless canvas redraw when user interacts with scale selector
  • Clear collected plugins path before collecting svg path
  • Case insensitive search for CRS in WMS provider
  • New icons for RGB to PCT and PCT to RGB tools
  • New gis theme icon for Merge shapefiles tool
  • Several other small fixes
  • Improved and updated Translation
Dec 25
QGIS 1.4 Changelog


Quantum GIS (QGIS) is a user friendly Open Source Geographic Information System (GIS), licensed under the GNU General Public License, that runs on Linux, Unix, Mac OSX, and Windows. QGIS is Open Source software and its free of cost. It supports vector, raster, and database formats (including the most common ESRI ShapeFile and geotiff). QGIS supports a wide variety of plugins to do things like display tracks from your GPS, and much more. They can be easily managed through the Plugin Manager.
As an open source project, we provide support for using QGIS via our mailing lists and bug tracker:


We are always looking for sponsors to help with funding developer meetings and to drive the project forward. If you are interested in providing financial support to the project please visitQGIS Sponsorship Page.

Download your copy

Binary and source code packages are available at

This release includes around 200 bug fixes, nearly 30 new features and has had a lot of love and attention poured in to it to take our favourite desktop GIS application another step on the road to GIS nirvana! So much has happened in the 3 months since our last release that it is impossible to document everything here. Instead we will just highlight a couple of important new features for you. Read on for the visual changelog…


Visual changes

New Symbology Infrastructure

Probably the biggest new feature is the addition of the new symbology infrastructure. This is provided alongside the old implementation – you can switch using a button in the vector layer properties dialog. It does’t replace the old symbology implementation completely yet because there are various isues that need to be resolved and a large amount of testing that needs to take place. Along with the new symbology system, there is a new labelling plugin provided that attempts to address issues with the ‘old’ labelling system. This will be integrated into the core application at some point in the future when it is considered ready.

Field Calculator

QGIS now has a field calculator, accessible via a button in the attribute section of the vector properties, and from the attribute table user interface. You can use feature length, feature area, string concatenation and type conversions in the field calculator, as well as field values.

Print Composer

The map composer has had a lot of attention. A grid can now be added to composer maps. Composer maps can now be rotated in the map layout. The limitation of a single map layout per project has been removed. A new composer manager dialog has been added to manage the existing composer instances. Composer pictures can now be rotated and it is possible to synchronize composer map rotation and composer picture rotation (e.g. useful for north arrows).
Arrows and shapes can now be placed onto the composer layout. The map composer dialogs have all been completely overhauled to use less screen space and to provide for more consistency.

User interface improvements

Various parts of the user interface have been overhauled with the goal of improving consistency and to improve support for netbooks and other smaller screen devices. Loading and saving of keyboard shortcuts is now possible. Position can now be displayed as Degrees, Minutes, Seconds in the status bar. The add, move and delete vertex buttons are now removed and the node tool is moved from the advanced editing toolbar to the standard editing toolbar. The node tool replaces the functionality of the three removed items. Layer adding and removing actions are now unified to one toolbar and removed hide show all layers and add to overview icons from toolbar (as discussed at hackfest). The feature identification tool has also undergone numerous improvements. The options, raster properties and vector properties dialogs now use a property list paradigm to improve usability and reduce the amount of screen real estate these dialogs consume.

Render caching

A render caching capability has been added to QGIS. This speeds up common operations such as layer re-ordering, changing symbology, WMS / WFS client, hiding / showing layers and opens the door for future enhancements such as threaded rendering and pre-compositing layer cache manipulation.

Custom SVG search paths

User defined SVG search paths are now added to the options dialog. This means you can specify your own directories containing svg images, which can then be used for symbolisation.

Specify CRS when creating new shapefile

When creating a new shapefile, you can now specify its CRS. Also the avoid intersections option for polygons is now also possible to background layers.

Customizable attribute forms

For power users, you can now create customizable attribute forms using Qt Designer dialog UIs.


Full changelog is provided here:

  • Plugin Installer polishing, updates, new repositories for the 1.x
  • add usb: to list of gps device on linux
  • rotate point tool (r11671)
  • Round rotation to 15 degree values if ctrl-key is pressed
  • attribute table: report number of matching rows in status bar
  • Show point symbol in rotation preview and a little arrow.
  • Cache is default preview mode for newly added composer map now
  • Usability improvements to the new vector layer dialog
  • Remove confusing descriptions in the Options dialog
  • Inject a bit of layman into field names to help those not familiar with computer terms
  • plugin installer update: more default repos
  • Use snapping settings of digitizing module also for measuring
  • field calculator (r11735)
  • Use nicer looking resize boxes in print composer
  • HIG compliance for composer and its dialogs
  • HIG compliance for Identfy Mode
  • HIG compliance for snap mode combo list
  • User interface cleanups to copyright, delim text and n-arrow plugins
  • plugin installer update: handle ports != 80
  • Fix for shifted values in interpolation plugin
  • wider support for vector layer queries:
  • grass plugin update and typos:
  • Add export to pdf to composer menu
  • Patch from Borys to fix resizing of the min-max combo boxes
  • allow entering of srid up to 1000000000
  • Possibility to have annotations horizontally or vertically in the composer grid
  • Grid annotation can be with coordinates or 1A, 1B, …
  • Checkbox to set composer grid widget visible / invisible
  • Allow field calculator also for layers where adding new fields is not possible (user will have to use one of the existing fields)
  • support user specific svg path in the map composer
  • Possibility to choose the precision of composer grid annotations
  • Possibility to add/remove attributes also in attribute table. Small modification to attribute table such that adding / removing columns is visible
  • Dont show all other file types as it makes the dialog box unusable on many screens
  • Rename option to lock layers
  • Move composers menu into the file menu
  • make database (aka SID) optional for OCI connections
  • Allow more decimal places in interpolator plugin
  • Use horizontal layout for interp plugin
  • Lots of Gui layout cleanups
  • change ‘Tools’ menu to ‘Vector’ menu
  • Cubic tin interpolation in interpolation plugin
  • zonal statistics (r11931)
  • coordinate capture cleanup (r11939,r11944)
  • bunch of string updates
  • Further ui cleanups for map composer
  • mapserver patch issues and updates for mapserver export plugin
  • Added 50 more North arrow, made and donated by Silvio Grosso
  • add numeric validator field width and precision in new vector dialog
  • Add save to / load from template actions to composer file menu
  • Change rotate point icon on theme change
  • udpate to fTools basics stats plugin. Adds new statistics/outputs to basic statistics plugin
  • add overlay analyzer
  • Added newgis theme which is a revision by Anita Graser of the original GIS theme by Robert
  • north arrow cleanup
  • ui cleanup to buttonbox. small ui update in messageviewer
  • changed OK button to Open as it’s a open dialog
  • Initialize portrait / landscape in print dialog based on composition width and height
  • Layout cleanups for actions widget
  • Symbology-NG branch merged to trunk. This includes also work on labeling done during my GSoC’09
  • labeling plugin
  • Add a new composer item to draw basic shapes (atm ellipse, rectangle, triangle)
  • More options for v.buffer
  • Better preview for composer picture
  • Vector layer properties dialog can convert layer to new/old symbology
  • Implement property list ui for raster props dialog
  • Add arrow icon to image resource file
  • shapefile projection fix: save the real projection in .qpj next to the .prj file
  • Added AGG output format to mapserver export
  • Make spatial lite dialog smaller
  • Configure shortcuts dialog
  • Make labeling plugin work with on-the-fly projections
  • also remove highlights when identify results is closed with the close button
  • enable test and clear to search query builder
  • Updated various GRASS modules. Closes #2229 and #2046, Applied #2004
  • Plugin installer update: one-step plugin install and uninstall in QGIS>=1.4
Sep 25

Announcing the release of QGIS 1.3.0 ‘ Mimas ‘



Quantum GIS (QGIS) is a user friendly Open Source Geographic
Information System (GIS), licensed under the GNU General Public
License, that runs on Linux, Unix, Mac OSX, and Windows. QGIS is Open
Source software and its free of cost. It supports vector, raster, and
database formats (including the most common ESRI ShapeFile and
geotiff). QGIS supports a wide variety of plugins to do things like
display tracks from your GPS, and much more. They can be easily managed
through the Plugin Manager.


As an open source project, we provide support for using QGIS via our mailing lists and bug tracker:





We are still looking for sponsors to help us cover the costs of holding
our second QGIS developer meeting in Vienna, Austria from 5-9 November
2009. If you are interested in supporting us, please visit: for more details!


Whats new in Version 1.3.0?


Please note that this is a release in our ‘cutting edge’ development
release series. As such it contains new features and extends the
programmatic interface over QGIS 1.0.x and QGIS 1.2.0. If an unchanging
user interface, programmatic API and long term support is more
important to you then cool new and untested features, we recommend that
you use a copy of QGIS from our Long Term Support (LTS)1.0.x release
series. We have removed the ‘unstable’ designation from our development
release series because it creates the incorrect impression that these
release are more likely to crash. The development releases are usually
quite stable to run, but introduce new features and API additions which
some people may wish to avoid.


This release includes over 30 bug fixes and enhancements over the QGIS
1.2.0 release. In addition we have added the following new features:


OSM plugin & provider updates:


  • new OSM style files.
  • new icons.
  • dialog text updated and completed.
  • Saving OSM into file functionality was improvements.
  • fixed some problems with encoding… ascii to utf-8.
  • all OSM layers are automatically removed after disabling OSM plugin in plugin manager.
  • other OSM related bugfixes.


Other notable features and improvements in this release


  • Marker size is now configurable when editing a layer.
  • Incorporation of the analysis library into the mainstream release.
  • Identify features across multiple layers.
  • Added a new plugin for carrying out raster terrain analysis (computing slope aspect, steepness etc).
  • A reshape tool to apply to line/polygon geometries. The part
    of a geometry between the first and last intersection of the reshape
    line will be replaced.
  • Added snapping to current layer in measure dialog.
  • Added ability to select the primary key for views.
  • Zoom to a coordinate by entering it in the status bar coordinate display.


The issue with crashing or hanging when zooming into polygon datasets on some operating systems should now be resolved.


Download your copy


Binary and source code packages are available at


Visual changes


Here are some of the most noticeable changes in this release:


Reshape features. The reshape tool allows you to change the geometry between two vertices.



Measure snapping. When using the measure tool you can now snap to vector features.



Terrain modelling. We are starting to slowly add more native (i.e. non
GRASS based) analytical tools to QGIS. In this release, a new plugin
was added for carrying out terrain modelling activities.



Marker Sizes. The marker sizes and display behaviour is now more configurable to give you the digitising environment you prefer.

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Quantum GIS project is pleased to announce the immediate availability
of the unstable QGIS Version 1.1.0 ‘Pan’. Source and binary packages
for Linux, Mac OSX and MS Windows can be obtained from the download area.
Stable software packagesThe stable 1.0.x release series are part of our
effort to provide a stable, unchanging, long term supported
environment. Each minor release in the stable series contains only bug
fixes and no new features. The current official stable version is QGIS 1.0.2 ‘Kore’” and was released on 13 May 2009. For a list of bugs that were closed in the 1.0.2 release, please see the 1.0.2 release milestone.
We offer Ready-to-Run software packages (.exe, .dmg, .deb, .rpm) for
many platforms listed in the table below. If your OS is missing from
the list below, please check again soon – we add new packages as they
become available.


1.0.2 Stable Windows – Standalone Download:

is an MSVC based build of QGIS. All dependencies are supplied in a
standalone installer, including python, gdal (including MrSid Wavelet
compressed raster support) etc. This is most suitable for people who
have slow / no internet connections and who want to be able to share
and pass around copies of the installer – the installer can be run
offline since it contains everything needed to install QGIS and its
dependencies. You can check the integrity of this installer against
this checksum. Note: You may need to install the Microsoft C Runtime Libraries too. If QGIS does not start, get the MSVC libs from here and install them before trying to run QGIS again.

1.0.2 Stable Windows – OSGEO Download:

is the MSVC based build of QGIS. All dependencies are supplied via the
OSGEO4W installer, including python, gdal (including MrSid and ECW
Wavelet compressed raster support) etc. This is most suitable for
people who have fast internet connections and who want to be able to
update dependencies from the OSGEO repository easily.

Note: This build is an online installer. GRASS 6.4rc2 is available in the ‘advanced’ section of the installer.

1.0.2 Stable mac os x Download:

This Mac OSX version requires separate installation of dependency frameworks (available also from

1.0.2 Stable openSUSE 11.0, 11.1 and Factory Download:

Add the repository to your installation manager. All packages include GRASS and Python support.

1.0.2 Stable Ubuntu Download:

Follow the instructions provided at the download page. Packages are provided for Hardy, Gutsy, Jaunty and Intrepid.

1.0.1 Stable Mac OS X Download:

This Mac OSX version requires separate installation of dependency frameworks (available also from

1.0.1 Stable Ubuntu Download:

Follow the instructions provided at the URL

1.0.1 Stable Windows Download:

is the MSVC based build of QGIS. All dependencies are supplied via the
OSGEO4W installer, including python, gdal (including MrSid and ECW
Wavelet compressed raster support) etc.

Note: This build is
an online installer. GRASS 6.4rc2 is available in the ‘advanced’
section of the installer. We hope to have a downloadable MINGW Windows
self contained installer (including GRASS 6.4rc2) in the near future.

1.0.0 Stable Debian Lenny Download: See comments below:

Binary i386 package for Debian Testing (Lenny) is available at:

deb lenny main

The signing key was expired, install the new one with:

wget -O - | apt-key add -

The new preview version is apt-gettable. The previous version (0.11.0)
is still in the repository, but you have to download and install it

1.0.0 Stable Debian Lenny PPC Download:

Tarball contains .deb packages for ppc 32 bit. Md5 Checksum here


Feb 28
Am gasit un site continand foarte multe harti din Europa. Inca nu am testat sa vad precizii, dar pentru scopuri informative, e excelent.
Cam asta spun producatorii:

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Feb 26
Mai mult pentru fotografi :
Aceasta este o fotografie de lainvestirea lui Obama, in care se poate vedea in detaliu fiecare chip
din multime. Folosind cursoarele din partea stanga sus ( sau dublu
click ) se poate accesa si mari fiecare zona din imagine (asteptati
cateva momente si imaginea se va clarifica). Fiecare persoana putea fi
identificata dupa eveniment in cazul unui eveniment nedorit.
Fotografia a fost facuta cu o camera robotizata de 1474 megapixel (o rezolutie 295 de ori mai mare decat a unei camere obisnuite).
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Inca un site foarte bun, spectaculos, chiar. Pot spune ca firma noastra a vandut imaginile oblice catre Microsoft/Google.
Merita sa aruncati o privire!
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