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    Anyone know of a WebOS app to view GeoTIFF images?

    Would love to be able to view digital aviation maps on my Touchpad.

    With all the focus of touchpads in the cockpit it seems like a good app revenue stream since the map images are free to download from the FAA website...
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    I use qgis in an ubuntuchroot, not aware of any native apps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Willard View Post
    I use qgis in an ubuntuchroot, not aware of any native apps.
    Does it work pretty well? Able to pan and zoom?
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    Does it work pretty well? Able to pan and zoom?

    It is functional, but far from perfect as the gui is designed for a mouse and keyboard. Pan works very well.

    Welcome to the Quantum GIS Project

    Edited to attach a screencapture of qgis displaying a USGS quad geoTIFF
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    Last edited by Willard; 02/17/2012 at 06:45 PM.
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    Thanks Willard!

    I loaded the windows version on my laptop and pulled up the Houston Sectional and it looks good. I'm not familiar with ubuntuchroot but the instructions for installing on TP look relatively straightforward.

    Once I get ubuntuchroot running is qgis installation also straightforward? I'm only looking to load and view raster layers so there's a ton of qgis I'll never use...
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    Yes. I recommend using autoconfigure after you install the chroot to get lxde running quickly. Once autoconfigure finishes, install qgis by typing in your favorite terminal (lxterminal by default) within the chroot, i.e. not xterm launched from xecutah:

    sudo apt-get install qgis

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