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Home » , , , » QLandkarte GT is the ultimate outdoor aficionado's tool for GPS maps in GeoTiff format as well as Garmin's img vector map format.

QLandkarte GT is the ultimate outdoor aficionado's tool for GPS maps in GeoTiff format as well as Garmin's img vector map format.

QLandkarte and the sucessors Qlandkarte GT and Qlandkarte M are tools to view map sets on a PC as well as on a portable device such as PPCs.

While Qlandkarte only worked with pre-created Garmin map image files, Qlandkarte GT and Qlandkarte M in addition also support Geotiff.

Qlandkarte GT is the successor to Qlandkarte. It supports Geotiff, has a much more advanced map viewer (2d/3d), and can read Garmin Typ files.
QLandkarte GT is the ultimate outdoor aficionado's tool. It supports GPS maps in GeoTiff format as well as Garmin's img vector map format. Additional it is the PC side front end to QLandkarte M, a moving map application for mobile devices. And it fills the gap Garmin leaves in refusing to support Linux. QLandkarte GT is the proof that writing portable applications for Unix, Windows and OSX is feasible with a minimum of overhead. No excuses!
 
QLandkarte GT does replace the original QLandkarte with a much more flexible architecture. It's not limited to a map format or device. Thus if you think your Magellan GPS or other should be supported, join the team.
 
Additionally it is a front end to the GDAL tools, to make georeferencing scanned maps feasible for the normal user. Compared to similar tools like QGis, it's target users are more on the consumer side than on the scientific one. QLandkarte GT might not let you select every possible feature of the GDAL tools, but it will simplify their use to the demands of most users. (source www.qlandkarte.org as of 08 December 2008) 

QLandkarte cannot read Garmin .img files directly. You need a .tdb file (mkgmap option --tdbfile) to open .img files.

QLandkarte GT is the ultimate outdoor aficionado's tool. It supports GPS maps in GeoTiff format as well as Garmin's img vector map format. Additional it is the PC side front end to QLandkarte M, a moving map application for mobile devices. And it fills the gap Garmin leaves in refusing to support Linux.

QLandkarte GT is the proof that writing portable applications for Unix, Windows and OSX is feasible with a minimum of overhead. No excuses!

QLandkarte GT does replace the original QLandkarte with a much more flexible architecture. It's not limited to a map format or device. Thus if you think your Magellan GPS or other should be supported, join the team.
Additionally it is a front end to the GDAL tools, to make georeferencing scanned maps feasible for the normal user. Compared to similar tools like QGis, it's target users are more on the consumer side than on the scientific one. QLandkarte GT might not let you select every possible feature of the GDAL tools, but it will simplify their use to the demands of most users.

QLandkarte M.

This is a moving map application for mobile devices. As QLandkarte GT it will display mapsets of different resolutions and point to your current location. Additionally it will record your location data for further use by QLandkarte GT. It's user interface is optimized to the few buttons of a typical PDA.
Download:

Currently all tools are available as source code. All are known to compile  on Linux. Make sure you meet the following dependencies:
  • subversion - to download the latest code
  • cmake - a make file generator  (>= Version 2.6)
  • QT 4 / Qtopia 4 - the famous GUI tool kit, (>= Version 4.6)
  • GDAL - Geospatial Data Abstraction Library (> Version 1.5.0, 1.5.0 is buggy)
  • Proj4 - Cartographic Projections Library (>= Version 4.6)
Optional you might want to use:
  • libexif - to create wayoints from geotagged images
  • libdmtx - to summarize waypoints as  2D barcode
  • libgps - to enable gpsd support

QLandkarte GT.

You can download the latest release as source code on SourceForge.There will be a win32 binary, too.
For the bleeding edge of development you have to use the SVN repository. For initial checkout:

svn co https://qlandkartegt.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/qlandkartegt/QLandkarteGT/
trunk QLandkarteGT

To build (out of source build, start one level above source root directory):

mkdir build_QLandkarteGT 
cd  build_QLandkarteGT 
ccmake ../QLandkarteGT 

CCmake can be controlled by keys. Watch out for key hints at the bottom. Especially the"c" and"g" key. You might want to check for the value of CMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX. The default is usually "/usr/local". However most distributions expect everything to be prefixed with "/usr".  A bad prefix might result in missing localization.

Next you do:

make
 
The binary will be placed in ./bin. To catch up latest changes (in the source root directory):

svn up
 
To send a patch (in the source root directory):

svn diff > patchname.diff
 
As user you might want to do a

sudo make install
 
to copy all stuff into your system.

QLandkarte M.  

For initial checkout:
svn co https://qlandkartegt.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/qlandkartegt/QLandkarteM/trunk QLandkarteM 
Use a qt-embedded build environment to compile
In the source root you will find a file "common".  You might want to setup some options there.

# Possible options: QMAKE_DISPLAY_LARGE|QMAKE_DISPLAY_SMALL, QMAKE_QWS, NO_BACKLIGHT_VIA_TS
#
# QMAKE_DISPLAY_LARGE|QMAKE_DISPLAY_SMALL:  switch between small and large GUI design
# QMAKE_QWS:                                set for mobile Linux or WinCE, do not set for QT X11/Win32 system
# QMAKE_NO_BACKLIGHT_VIA_TS:                you want to skip this on touchscreen only systems
#                                           you want to set this if your system has Qt::Key_Bar to toggle backlight
CONFIG += QMAKE_DISPLAY_LARGE QMAKE_QWS QMAKE_NO_BACKLIGHT_VIA_TS warn_on release

 Installing

Qlandkarte GT on Ubuntu 10.10.
 
Qlandkarte GT comes in version 0.18.3 with 10.10. This version is recommended if you intend to use it with Garmin maps in .img format.

As Ubuntu's version of Qlandkarte GT is heavily old, use this PPA:
https://launchpad.net/~mms-prodeia/+archive/qlandkarte
It compiles QLGT against GDAL 1.8 and has support for WMS-Maps, etc. ...

Qlandkarte GT on Ubuntu 10.04.
 
Qlandkarte GT comes in version 0.17.1 with 10.04. This version is not well adapted to Garmin maps (it is slow), so you should compile QlandkarteGT from source (see below; version 0.18.2 or higher is recommendable if you intend to use it with Garmin maps in .img format) or download the Debian packages from here:

QLandkarte on Debian.

Compiling under Ubuntu.

This is an installation guide for Qlandkarte GT under Ubuntu 8.10 (Intrepid Ibex), 9.04 (Jaunty Jackelope), and 10.04 (Lucid Lynx),
Ubuntu 8.10 warning: There is a problem (https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/gdal/+bug/271670) with the gdal package in 8.10. You should configure the qgis-ppa (https://launchpad.net/~qgis/+archive/ppa). This problem DOES NOT affect 9.04. libproj-dev and proj-bin are only needed with 10.04
Install the following packages to satisfy the dependencies of QLandkarte GT, and ensure you have the compilation tools required:

sudo aptitude install cmake cmake-curses-gui gdal-bin libgdal1-1.5.0 libgdal-dev libqt4-dev 
libusb-dev subversion build-essential libproj-dev imagemagick libexif-dev libdmtx-dev

After installing the required packages you are able to install Qlandkarte GT - you can use standard setting when asked by cmake what to do (press "c" then press "g").

cd /opt
svn co https://qlandkartegt.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/qlandkartegt/QLandkarteGT/trunk 
QLandkarteGT
mkdir build_QLandkarteGT
cd build_QLandkarteGT
ccmake ../QLandkarteGT
make
sudo make install
 
The final step is to install the Garmin device drivers.

cd /opt
svn co https://qlandkartegt.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/qlandkartegt/GarminDev/trunk 
GarminDev
mkdir build_GarminDev
cd build_GarminDev
ccmake ../GarminDev
make
sudo make install
 
Now you can start Qlandkarte Gt with

/opt/build_QLandkarteGT/bin/qlandkartegt
You will need to configure your GPS unit before before you can communicate with it. From the menu at the top, select Setup→General and then select the Device & Xfer tab. From the top drop-down menu, select Garmin. Then select your model from the Type drop-down menu (example: GPSMap 76Cx).
If you get a warning below the Type field saying "No plugins found. I expect them in: /usr/local/lib/qlandkartegt", you should copy your compiled library files into your main /usr/local/ directory, which is the recommended place to put software files which are not provided by your distribution. lib/ is the directory for storing library files.


sudo cp -av /opt/build_GarminDev/qlandkartegt/ /usr/local/lib/

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