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Download Preconfectioned rasdaman VM

This is the easiest way of obtaining rasdaman. The preconfectioned VM has a running rasdaman system on Ubuntu 14.04 with a database already containing sample data for experimentation.

rasdaman VM image

A recent rasdaman VM disk image can be downloaded from here. Unzip the archive and then follow instructions on how to use it with:

VM Requirements:

  • Minimum disk space: ~20G
  • Minimum RAM: 4GB
  • Architecture: x86_64 (i.e. 64bit)

Login credentials: rasdaman/rasdaman

Once started, the VM will launch a browser with tabs giving you access to

  • a Web client accessing the VM-local rasdaman database with some sample n-D geo data, using Web requests adhering to the OGC W*s standards (details)
  • the rasdaman documentation starting point
  • the rasdaman installation directory in the VM, /opt/rasdaman

rasdaman @ OSGeo Live

A complete VM with all OSGeo certified tools, including rasdaman, is available for download at Be aware that this installation relies on the OSGeo release cycle and, therefore, will usually not reflect the latest software state.

rasdaman vagrant boxes

The following vagrant boxes can be used to quickly setup a rasdaman test environment with vagrant:


rasdaman is not installed, but all packages needed for building are preinstalled and the rasdaman sources can be found in /opt/rasdaman/source (make sure to git pull to get the latest version). In /opt/rasdaman/third_party there is a cmake v3.6 that can be used to configure and build rasdaman. To build and install rasdaman, you can use the rasdaman installer or do it from scratch.

Here is a sample Vagrantfile for the Ubuntu 14.04 box:

Vagrant.configure(2) do |config| = "rasdaman/ubuntu1404"
   config.vm.box_check_update = false
   config.vm.synced_folder ".", "/vagrant", type: "rsync"
   config.vm.provider "virtualbox" do |vb|
     # allow 6GB RAM
     vb.memory = "6000"
     # vb.cpus = 2
   config.vm.provision "shell", inline: <<-SHELL
     # set the default locale
     echo 'LANGUAGE="en_US.UTF-8"' >> /etc/default/locale
     echo 'LC_ALL="en_US.UTF-8"' >> /etc/default/locale