How to delete a base map in GRASS?

by teamAngat   Last Updated August 26, 2018 14:22 PM

I'm trying to delete a map that I used as a mask before, but I cannot delete it using g.remove. It displays this:

g.remove [email protected]
[[email protected]@PERMANENT] is a base map. Remove reclassed map first: [email protected]

Tags : raster grass


Answers 2


there is another map that uses that one as base map, it maybe a RGB composition or something like it. If you don't find what it is, just delete the map from the grassdata directory, you will find it in cell, cell_misc and cellhd folders in grassdata\location\mapset\.

Pablo
Pablo
March 08, 2011 21:59 PM

The command [g.remove][1] with flag -b can be used to remove base maps.

Chethan S.
Chethan S.
March 09, 2011 08:27 AM

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