To get support, give feedback and suggestions please use the GeoNode official channels, the users mailing list: http://lists.osgeo.org/pipermail/geonode-users/ and the developers mailing list: http://lists.osgeo.org/pipermail/geonode-devel/.
This repository is used to track code changes and GeoNode issues, please DON'T open new issues to ask for support.
If you just want to try GeoNode, it is recommended to use Ubuntu 14.04 and install the latest stable release of GeoNode.:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:geonode/release sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install geonode
If instead, you are interested in doing development on the source code, here are the instructions: http://docs.geonode.org/en/master/tutorials/devel/devel_env/index.html
If you want to use Docker you can now:
# build the docker container docker-compose build # run the docker container docker-compose up # turn it off docker-compose down
Or if you want to use the provided Makefile:
# build the container make build # run the container make up # create database make sync # pull latest images make pull
openSUSE Development Build Instructions:
# Add Application:Geo and Python repositories zypper -ar http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/Application:/Geo/openSUSE_12.2/ GEO zypper -ar http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/devel:/languages:/python/openSUSE_12.1/ python zypper refresh # Basic build packages zypper install gcc gcc-c++ python-devel libgeos-devel libproj-devel # Python native dependencies zypper install python-pip python-virtualenv python-imaging python-lxml python-gdal # Java dependencies zypper install java-1_7_0_openjdk-devel ant maven # Supporting tools zypper install git gettext-runtime # Create virtualenv and activate it virtualenv venv --system-site-packages source venv/bin/activate cd venv # Clone GeoNode git clone https://github.com/GeoNode/geonode.git # Install GeoNode in the local virtualenv pip install -e geonode --use-mirrors cd geonode # Compile GeoServer paver setup # Initialize database paver sync # Start the servers paver start
Windows Development Build Instructions:
Prerequisites: # Java JDK # Python 2.7 (32 bit) # ant (bin directory must be on system PATH) # maven2 (bin directory must be on system PATH) # Python distutils (easy_install) # GDAL Core Libraries # git # Install and configure from the windows command prompt If you don't already have python virtualenv installed, then do it now: easy_install virtualenv # Download and install http://download.gisinternals.com/sdk/downloads/release-1800-gdal-1-11-4-mapserver-6-4-3/gdal-111-1800-core.msi # Download and install http://download.gisinternals.com/sdk/downloads/release-1800-gdal-1-11-4-mapserver-6-4-3/GDAL-1.11.4.win32-py2.7.msi # Choose your 32 bit python as your install target # If you create your virtualenv before doing this, you can copy the <python>\lib\site-packages\osgeo and GDAL-* directory over to your <virtual env>\lib\site-packages directory # Create virtualenv and activate it cd <Directory to install the virtualenv & geonode into> virtualenv venv venv\scripts\activate # Clone GeoNode git clone https://github.com/GeoNode/geonode.git # Install compiled packages for Python 2.7 Win32 cd geonode pip install paver pip install pyyaml paver win_install_deps # Install GeoNode in the local virtualenv, if you get an error about use-mirrors, just remove the argument pip install -e . --use-mirrors # Note, you may get errors due to certain dependencies not being installable on windows with pip, such as lxml and shapely. # For these, you can download a whl file (use cp27 / win32 version) from http://www.lfd.uci.edu/~gohlke/pythonlibs and then install them via pip. # Ex: pip install <Download Dir>\Shapely-1.5-16-cp27-cp27m-win32.whl # # Also note, you may have to adjust the dependencies in geonode\setup.py to say >= instead of ==, # ie "Shapely>=1.5.13", instead of "Shapely==1.5.13", # Compile GeoServer paver setup # Set GDAL environment info SET GDAL_LIBRARY_PATH=<GdalPath>\gdal111.dll SET GDAL_HOME=<GdalPath> SET GEOS_LIBRARY_PATH=<GdalPath>\geos_c.dll SET PATH=<GdalPath>;%PATH% # Initialize database paver sync # Start the servers paver start --java_path=C:/path/to/java/bin/java.exe
Mac OSX Development Build Instructions:
# you may need brew install various dependencies mkdir -p ~/pyenv virtualenv ~/pyenv/geonode source ~/pyenv/geonode/bin/activate git clone https://github.com/GeoNode/geonode cd geonode pip install lxml pip install pyproj pip install nose pip install httplib2 pip install shapely pip install pillow pip install paver # Node and tools required for static development brew install node npm install -g bower npm install -g grunt-cli #Install pip dependencies pip install -e . #Paver handles dependencies for Geonode, first setup (this will download and update your python dependencies - ensure you're in a virtualenv) paver setup paver sync paver start # Optional: To generate document thumbnails for PDFs and other ghostscripts file types # Then download ghostscript: https://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/9980/gpl-ghostscript brew install imagemagick pip install Wand==0.3.5
Once fully started, you should see a message indicating the address of your geonode.
The default username and password are
Development Geonode is running at http://localhost:8000/ To stop the GeoNode machine run: paver stop Or quit the server by pressing CTRL-C to shut down
Before starting GeoNode (paver start), you could test your installation by running tests:
paver test paver test_integration
In case you want to build yourself the documentation, you need to install Sphinx and the run 'make html' from within the docs directory:
pip install Sphinx pip install sphinx_rtd_theme cd docs make html
You can eventually generate a pdf containing the whole documentation set. For this purpose, if using Ubuntu you will need to install the texlive-full package:
sudo apt-get install texlive-full make latexpdf
virtualenv venv the
--system-site-packages option is
not required. If not enabled, the bootstrap script will sandbox your virtual
environment from any packages that are installed in the system, useful if
you have incompatible versions of libraries such as Django installed
system-wide. On the other hand, most of the times it is useful to use a version of
the Python Imaging Library provided by your operating system
vendor, or packaged other than on PyPI. When in doubt, however, just leave
this option out.
Geonode's development roadmap is documented in a series of Geonode Improvement Projects (GNIPS). They are documented here: https://github.com/GeoNode/geonode/wiki/GeoNode-Improvement-Proposals. GNIPS are considered to be large undertakings which will add a large amount of features to the project. As such they are the topic of community dicussion and guidance. The community discusses these on the developer mailing list: http://lists.osgeo.org/pipermail/geonode-devel/ Github issues tracks features and bugs, for new developers the tag 'easy-pick' indicates an issue that should be relatively easy for new developers to understand and complete. Once you have completed an issue a pull request should be submitted. This will then be reviewed by the community.
GeoNode is Copyright 2016 Open Source Geospatial Foundation (OSGeo).
GeoNode is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
GeoNode is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.
You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with GeoNode. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.