New CLDL user is here. This is my first experience with Gentoo based systems. So far so good, Calculate works perfectly on top of my system. However, I have problem with installing google earth on Calculate. It seems that this package is not available as binary or source file. I found some packages at https://gpo.zugaina.org/sci-geosciences/googleearth but I am totally newbie to layman concept. Please help me to add these repositories and install google earth on my system.
I’m not an expert, and this is how I would do it, checking through my notes, and it may not be the quickest and most efficient way, but in case you are interested and can keep you happy with Gentoo, do the following (not as root, but using sudo where noted). Note how the googleearth-7.3.2 belongs to the layman source, and mv overlay.
Note also what the full package name is: sci-geosciences/googleearth and not just googleearth, in case there ever is a variant that is not from the sci-geosciences group somewhere e.g. on another overlay that you installed.
# update your system cl-update # install layman sudo emerge layman # install mv sudo layman -a mv sudo layman-updater -R sudo emerge --info --verbose sudo portageq repos_config / sudo eix-sync sudo emaint sync --allrepos # install package sudo emerge sci-geosciences/googleearth # In case it complains about autounmask-write, # a quick way to handle this, unless you want to # read and check things deeper, is- sudo emerge sci-geosciences/googleearth --autounmask-write sudo dispatch-conf # Then type the letter 'u' when it asks you # whether to 'use new' configuration or otherwise. # repeat as at first- sudo emerge sci-geosciences/googleearth
Again, if someone can point out unnecessary steps, etc., please do.
I hope that you will enjoy Calculate Linux!
Thank you very much Sir.
I could install mv overlay. But emerge couldn’t fetch google earth source file. Seems that I must try other overlays.
You should not have a problem. Download and install Google Earth Pro. When will you start the program? Use your email address (gmail) and GEPFREE. Do not click on the Free Trial.
You should not have a problem. Download and install Google Earth Pro. When you start the program a login window will appear. Use your email address (gmail) and GEPFREE. Do not click on the free trial.
If you’re doing that, it’s not work, try any other email address. I do not think it matters.
If you do this and it does not work, try another email address. I do not think it matters.