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#797 wontfix maptiler should be recategorised as a web service live-demo@… camerons
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In our categorizing of applications in the osgeolive documentation, and in the menu structure, maptiler is currently listed under SpatialTools. http://live.osgeo.org/en/overview/overview.html

However, since maptiler creates tiles which are to be served to the web via various standards, like the Tiled WMS standard, I think it would be better categorised under "Web Services". In particular, it should be put near MapProxy which provides similar functionality.

Cameron Shorter.

#836 wontfix link beginner docs for linux and xfce desktop from main help page live-demo@… hamish
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both linux and the xfce desktop are new to many users, so some links to getting started docs from the main help page would be useful.

(thanks for the tip Eric)

Hamish

#863 wontfix bootable USB creation issues kalxas kalxas
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We got 2 reports on this issue from mailing list:

On 18/02/12 07:55, live-demo-request@… wrote:

Hi all,

I'm experiencing some issues to boot my OsgeoLive 5.0 USB flashdisk. Following all step provided by the link http://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/usb_quickstart.html and all the steps have been achieved successfully. But when I Boot the computer with the USB flash drive nothing happen a get black screen with a flashing cursor.

I'm getting the same problem with 5.5. I've got the mini-5.5-beta4 iso downloaded and checked the md5 sum. I've followed those same instructions (running the Startup Disk Creator from within OSGeoLive 4.5 running from CD), and it seemed to go fine, apart from getting really slow round about 94%. But it said it had finished successfully.

Two different computers refuse to boot from this stick, one offers a blank screen with "boot:" which refuses to do anything (typing "boot" says there's no image called boot, typing enter just hangs it); the other computer just doesn't see it as bootable at all.

Both these computers boot fine from another USB stick (a Debian live image copied to the stick with dd), so it's not the case that they just can't boot from a USB stick. Of course it could just be a hardware problem with the second stick perhaps, but it mounts fine and appears to be intact (I can read the docs, for example). I just can't boot from it to test it out.

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