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My Openplotter installation Blog
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Hi!

In the following I will post the evolution of my Openplotter installation on board.

Yesterday I started with a new mahagoni board for the navigation corner. With a cnc router I cut the hole for the 7" screen.

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#2
Yesssss,
When a dreamed of a DIY open-source navigation system to be installed on all kind of boats I was thinking of what your are doing Smile please keep reporting.

Where is that cnc router? is it yours?
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#3
Yes, the router is mine. I constructed and built it in a period, when boating was a little bit clamer than today. It is running seldom, but when it is running, it is very useful.

More pictures in the next days.

Martin
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Display fitted, Openplotter running, News TV running

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#5
WoW, great work!!!
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#6
amazing!
I can see you have installed the virtual keyboard matchbox, Does it work right? I have not installed on OP core because processor jumps to 90% and it had some important bugs.
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(05-04-2016, 07:36 AM)Sailoog Wrote: amazing!
I can see you have installed the virtual keyboard matchbox, Does it work right? I have not installed on OP core because processor jumps to 90% and it had some important bugs.


Yes, the keyboard is running. But the keys are pretty small. I will try to find another layout.
And the touchscreen isn't as easy to aim as with my tablet.
I will have a look on CPU usage.

Tomorrow I will install the board on board :-).

Martin
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#8
Wow! That looks great!
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#9
Now installed on board. Looking great.
Next step is installing the sensors.

Thanks again for this great Software.

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#10
Awesome!

Have you got dimming/light control to work on the RPI-screen?
That is one of the things I want to get working..
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