I have to write some data into *.gdb format in QGIS 3.20. I am aware that since 3.2 QGIS has native support of reading the *.gdb files. However, I have to Export/Save As/ Esri file geodatabase.
I’ve read the following questions:
- Installing File Geodatabase (*.gdb) support in QGIS?
- Is there a way to install FileGDB driver after QGIS has been installed?
It seems that the FileGDB driver should be installed on Mac the same way as on Windows with the usage of OSGeo4W Shell. So I’ve tried to use OSGeo4Mac but it doesn’t have the support of particular plugin installation.
How can I install *.gdb export/write support on QGIS 3.20 (or any other versions) on Mac after the QGIS installation?
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