Monthly Archives: August 2014

no such file to load –sqlite3

  on building the OpenStreeetView, I got this message: no such file to load –sqlite3 To solve this, install following gems: $ sudo gem install sqlite3 -v=1.3.9 $ sudo gem install sqlite3-ruby  $ sudo gem install libsqilte3-dev Advertisements

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.aasm_state is deprecated and will be removed in version 4.0.0; please use .aasm.state instead!

While uploading photos in OpenStreetView app, my imaging goes on pending state and I got a message in console: .aasm_state is deprecated and will be removed in version 4.0.0; please use .aasm.state instead! I have rubyist-aasm-2.1.1 installed on my system. … Continue reading

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Image uploading error in OpenStreetView

While uploading image I got this error   I have already installed mini-magick gem v=3.8.0)  but surfing on internet, i got to know that You must have ImageMagick or GraphicsMagick installed. So I installed ImageMagick $sudo apt-get install ImageMagick $sudo apt-get … Continue reading

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TCPServer Error: Address already in use – bind(2)

This error occurs when you run an app on 3000 port of server which was already occupied by other process. Then you need to kill the running process and run your desired process. If you find this error in while … Continue reading

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GPS and its working.

The Global Positioning System (GPS) is a space-based satellite navigation systemmade up of a network of 24 satellites placed into orbit by the U.S. Department of Defense, that provides location and time information in all weather conditions, anywhere on or … Continue reading

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OpenStreetView

OSV is an open source project created by John McKerrell and  launched in September 2009. It is an open licensed database of street level photography, In which all data by moderation of different users gets added to OSM project, where the resultant data gets … Continue reading

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