Installation can be done using the postgis-builder.sh script or via GIT.
Using the Installer¶
On a fresh CentOS 8, Ubuntu 18, or Ubuntu 20 installation, the fastest method is to use the postgis-builder.sh script:
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wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/AcuGIS/PostGIS-Builder/master/scripts/postgis-builder.sh chmod +x postgis-builder.sh ./postgis-builder.sh
The above will install all of the components.
If you do not wish to install Webmin and the PostGIS Webmin Module, comment out the lines below as shown.
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# install_webmin # install_postgis_module # install_certbot_module
When the script completes, you will see the message below containg the urls and password.
The passwords are also stored in the file /root/auth.txt following set up
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Installation is now completed. Access pg-tileserv at 126.96.36.199:7800 Access pg-featureserv at 188.8.131.52:9000 Access pg-routing at 184.108.40.206/openlayers-pgrouting.html postgres and crunchy pg passwords are saved in /root/auth.txt file
Via Git or Download¶
You can use Git to build module for an existing Webmin installation:
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git clone https://github.com/AcuGIS/PostGIS-Builder mv PostGIS-Builder-master postgis tar -cvzf postgis.wbm.gz postgis/
Following above, you will need to log in to Webmin to complete installation using the install Wizard.