[aklug] Non-proprietary KMZ (KML) Viewer?
christopher at alaskasi.com
Wed Mar 15 09:56:57 AKDT 2017
GpsPrune is available in Debian Jessie.
On 03/15/2017 09:56 AM, Christopher Howard wrote:
> Sorry to resurrect this old thread, but for posterity, I wanted to
> mention I think I found what I was looking for in GpsPrune, which was
> able to open up and display my KMZ file fine, and overlay it onto a map
> (View -> Show Map). For some reason I could get my KMZ information to
> display in Marble... apparently Marble doesn't support all the KML
> overlay features or something like that.
> On 01/24/2017 03:46 PM, jeremy hodder wrote:
>> On Jan 24, 2017 5:52 PM, "Christopher Howard" <christopher at alaskasi.com
>> <mailto:christopher at alaskasi.com>> wrote:
>> Hi list. Somebody gave me some geo-coverage data as a KMZ file. Does
>> anyone know what is the easiest way to make use of a KMZ file on
>> Gnu/Linux without having to install any proprietary garbage like Google
>> Christopher Howard, Computer Assistant
>> Alaska Satellite Internet
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Christopher Howard, Computer Assistant
Alaska Satellite Internet
3239 La Ree Way, Fairbanks, AK 99709
907-451-0088 or 888-396-5623 (toll free)
mailto:christopher at alaskasi.com
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