Install GeoNode for Development (Windows)¶
In order to install Geonode 2.0 in developing mode on Windows 2008r2 the following steps are required:
- install dependencies (Python and Java) and supporting tools
- set up a virtual environment (virtualenv)
- clone geonode from github and install it in the virtual environment
- run paver to get install geoserver and start the development servers
The following steps have to be executed in your terminal where there is a “>”. The path will differ depending on installation.
Install Dependencies. All should be found in binary. Only 32 bit versions have been tested.
- Latest Python 2.7.x Windows build https://www.python.org/download/releases/2.7.7/
- Setuptools http://www.lfd.uci.edu/~gohlke/pythonlibs/#setuptools
- Install core components of GDAL http://www.gisinternals.com/sdk/PackageList.aspx?file=release-1600-gdal-1-11-mapserver-6-4.zip gdal-111-1600-core.msi
> easy_install virtualenv
Install Java for Geoserver. If you already have java installed 32 or 64 bit versions work.
- Ant and Maven are optional for custom builds of Geoserver
Install Supporting tools
- Git http://git-scm.com/downloads
- GetText (not tested yet)
Install node and tools for static development (not tested yet)
- In the command prompt do the following: Will we need to be admins?
> npm install -y -g bower
> npm install -y -g grunt-cli
- Get the GeoNode Code using Git.
Open the Git bash or use your command prompt depending on how git was installed This command will download the latest version of GeoNode. For the most recent stable version type number 2.
git clone https://github.com/GeoNode/geonode.git
git clone -b 2.0.x https://github.com/GeoNode/geonode.git
- Install all Dependencies in a new virtual environment
In the command prompt, navigate to where you want your python to be installed.
Command not found? Try adding your python scripts folder to the path environment variable. In most cases it is C:Python27Scripts. You will need to start a fresh command prompt to register the variables. See next common error message to add the C:Python27 path
Errors about no package found and running python from the command prompt gives command not found, then add C:Python27 to your path environment variable.
Initialize the virtual environment by navigating to your-virtualenv-directory/Scripts/activate
After you activate the virtual environment, run the following:
> pip install paver
Navigate to your geonode code install and run
> paver win_install_deps
Back to the parent directory
> cd ..
pip install -e geonode -–use-mirrors
Set up the Geoserver with command
> paver setup
Now we can start our geonode instance
> paver start -–java_path="C:\path\to\java\java.exe"
Visit the geonode site by typing http://localhost:8000 into your browser window.
If the start fails because of an import error related to osgeo, then ensure that the GDAL_LIBRARY_PATH is set in the Windows path.
If you get GEOSversion function not found, then need to need to change line 71 in geonodeLibsite-packagesShapely-1.3.0-py2.7-win32.eggshapelygeos.py from _lgeos = CDLL(“geos.dll”) to _lgeos = CDLL(“geos_c.dll”). See issue https://github.com/Toblerity/Shapely/issues/136
To stop the server
type hold Ctrl c on your keyboard to stop the server
> paver stop # to stop all django, geoserver services
Next create a superuser for your django geonode
Create a superuser so you can log on to your local geonode installation at http://localhost:8000
> python manage.py createsuperuser