I’m trying to install SNAP on my computer at the university, but it can not connect to download and install the packages necessary. I got the message: “Could not download content files. Do you want to try again?”.
I already successfully installed on my notebook at home. I believe the reason for these is the connection behind a proxy herer at the university.
File version: esa-snap_unix_2_0-beta-08.sh, I also tried with esa-snap_unix_2_0-beta-05.sh version.
OS - Ubuntu 14.04 64-bits. Proxy setting is correctly seted and working for all other applications.
I’ll appreciate any help.
Please any help?
I do not have any other otion I can imagine…
There are two ways to proceed: you can launch the installer with -Dinstall4j.showProxyConfig=true, it forces to open the proxy configuration as described in https://senbox.atlassian.net/browse/SNAP-153
An other way is to install SNAP without any module, you can still install them afterwards from the plugin manager.
Thanks a lot Nicolas.
I did like you said, intalled the snap without any module and then the plugins. I didn’t know that it was possible.
I didn’t know what to do with the parameter:
how to excecute the ./esa-snap_unix_2_0-beta-08.sh with that??
Yhanks a lot!
Yes you can execute ./esa-snap_unix_2_0-beta-08.sh -Dinstall4j.showProxyConfig=true