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Posted by: Biancagroom - 03-21-2018, 02:45 PM - Forum: General discussion - No Replies

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  persistent WiFI AP
Posted by: CVL - 03-20-2018, 11:27 AM - Forum: Bug Reports - Replies (2)

Hi Sailoog,

not a real bug, rather a question:

my installation is headless, with OP mainly multiplexing NMEA streams, any configuration is done wireless via VNC and a tablet, OP acts as AP.

Last week I was on the boat, preparing for the next season, afterwards I took the RPi home - but left the WiFi-dongle on the boat. To download some files, I put it on wired internet, but when I came back to the boat, the WiFi AP configuration had disappeared. So I had to take it back home, with the dongle, reactivate AP and return to boat....

I don't know if this is expected behaviour. Personally, I would just love to keep the AP activated, even if no dongle is plugged into the Pi. So to have AP back as soon as the dongle gets re-plugged, without interaction needed.

maybe a switch to keep the AP configuration persistent over reboot?

Thanks for your work!

  Install the second wifi
Posted by: JeanRCA - 03-18-2018, 07:32 AM - Forum: How do I...? - Replies (7)


Forgive my poor English, I do my best, but I think it's not enought Undecided 

I begin with Openplotter and with Raspberry. I try to build my system Openplotter and it' quite not obvius. Difficult to see what's comming from Noobs - Rasbian - Openplotter.
I succed with the GPS, and the DVB-T, oeSenc cards, proud of myself.

I'm blocked with the wifi dongle. I don't find the way to create the wlan1. I think that the materiel is detected because i can see it as cell2 of wlan0. When I modify the interfaces file, it comes back at the reboot (which is not so important, because it dosn't work even modifyed).

Thanks for your help

  BMP180 Pressure Sensor
Posted by: chris3333 - 03-18-2018, 07:15 AM - Forum: General discussion - Replies (3)

I can add the Sensor but I am not able to generate the NMEA 0183 String.

I am not able to set a Group.

Can anybody help me?

I am using the actual Version 0.17.1

Thank you in advance.

  OpenPlotter does not work on Raspberry Pi3B+
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Tried the latest version of the Raspberry Pi3+. Used a working SD card with the latest updated Raspian software and the OpenPlotter software.

The system does not boot. Stays in Rainbow screen with flash indicator.

Info seems have to be used a later version of Noobs. I'am now trying if it boots with Stretch.


  Installing Charts
Posted by: bausgaard - 03-17-2018, 05:24 AM - Forum: How do I...? - Replies (1)


Im totaly new to Raspabarry and Openplotter.
Just got it up and running. But how do i install my charts?
Were do i put them on the SD-card??

  action alert on pressure drop
Posted by: all1p - 03-16-2018, 08:40 AM - Forum: How do I...? - Replies (5)

hello, is it possible to create an action with warning for a drop in pressure over time. Example, drop of 1 hpa per hour. Thank you.

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Posted by: Sailoog - 03-16-2018, 07:33 AM - Forum: General discussion - No Replies

A fully working OpenPlotter Moitessier HAT board will be exposed this weekend in the boat show "Sjøen for alle" 2018 in Norway.

Ask for the OpenCPN guys in the Kartverket stand!!!!

  Openplotter and iKommunicate
Posted by: robertyj - 03-15-2018, 07:23 PM - Forum: How do I...? - Replies (2)

I have a test set up with a raspberry pi (3), iKommunicate, a wireless AP and a wireless router. Boat systems are predominantly NMEA2000 (B&G) and the purpose of this setup was to interface some sensor data not available on the B&G system and to connect a couple of legacy NMEA 0183 devices. Also to play with SignalK....

It is working - sort of. Openplotter sees the I2C sensors (MPU and BMP180) and these are appearing on the SignalK stream on the Raspberry P. I can also use the NMEA tools to generate an XDR record that includes barometric pressure.

What I've been unable to do is get the iKommunicate box to 'see' the SignalK from Openplotter. Both are attached to the same network by Ethernet are up and running with IP addresses assigned by DHCP from the AP/Router.

Question is how SignalK looks at network ports - Openplotter  appears to use port 3000. iKommunicate doesn't specify but seems use port 2000. Neither show any options to change. 

Am I understanding this correctly? If so how do I get the ports to match so that iKommunicate is listening in the right place.

  Not seeing compass/IMU data on N2K
Posted by: Tigress - 03-14-2018, 03:01 PM - Forum: Bug Reports - No Replies

(moved this over from CAN-USB Forum)

Very excited about using OP to multiplex several sensors to my N2K bus. I have connected the OP CAN-USB stick to my OP 0.17 running on RPI 3B, and have programmed the PGNs of interest (mainly 127250, HDG) on N2K Generator, and have activated N2K Output. I have observed the correct COMPASS/IMU data being generated from the IMU through the SignalK Diagnostic tab, and I see the correct heading data on the NMEA183 WiFi output. When I connect the CAN-USB stick to the N2K network I see the LED flashing, indicating it's getting input data, but do not see any data on the N2K bus itself (that is, on my Furuno MFD Heading Display). Is there another step I am missing? Is there another way I can verify that OP is sending the correct data onto the N2K bus? Thanks in advance.

UPDATE: I am now sending and receiving data from OP to N2K bus and back, including the HDT/HDM - 127250 messages I was looking for. Not entirely sure what has changed, but there seems to be some kind of interaction between the various servers such as SK, sensors, N2K, and the CAN-USB function. I am finding that I have to "poke" one or all of these to get all working in harmony...I am hoping that I'll eventually be able to just boot up (headless) and have the data flowing.