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OK, thanks a lot.

We are interested only on bugs and errors, not in working stuff. This way we will make this thread shorter and easy to follow Wink

- "[ 1.535413] mmc1: Controller never released inhibit bit(s)." just ignore it. that should disappear on next images.

- Forget the PICAN-M recommended parameters and remove any line you have added in config.txt or any other file. OpenPlotter should take care of everything. Follow this to set your NMEA 2000 HAT: https://openplotter.readthedocs.io/en/3....p2515.html

- in 64-bit OpernCPN installed from PPA does not have plugins, only OpenCPN installed from flatpak has.
Hello,

Report issue with Settings 3.2.1 installed on:
    Distributor ID: Ubuntu
    Description: Ubuntu 18.04.6 LTS
    Release: 18.04
    Codename: bionic

Settings was downloaded from Cloudsmith

Missing sources reported by Installer for all applications including... installer.

FYI, I do my tests on 3 platforms: Raspberry PI Bullseye 11, Windows 11 & Ubuntu 18.04

Br,
Raoul
About missing sources: https://openplotter.readthedocs.io/en/3....s_app.html

Since Raspberry OS bullseye 11 is the development platform, everything should work OK there.

We have just started to test OpenPlotter 3 in Ubuntu 22 jammy and that will be the version of reference for Ubuntu. Not sure if it will work in Ubuntu 18, it should but we will not test it. Do not test openplotter-opencpn-installer in Ubuntu yet until the next version because some changes must be done.

OpenPlotter will never work on proprietary systems like Windows or Mac.
Published a stable release candidate for openplotter-settings. Tested on:

- Raspberry OS 32-bit and 64-bit.
- Ubuntu Jammy 64-bit for Raspberry.
- Ubuntu Focal 64-bit for amd64.

Language file is already in Crowdin for translation.
Catalan translations ready. I wonder if someone els but me is using them Big Grin
(2022-05-16, 11:22 AM)MigGat Wrote: [ -> ]Catalan translations ready. I wonder if someone els but me is using them Big Grin

Me Big Grin 

com era allò? la majoria silenciosa? Big Grin Big Grin Big Grin
(2022-05-09, 11:35 AM)Sailoog Wrote: [ -> ]If you need history you need to use InfluxDB, once you have your data stored in influxDB you can use InfluxDB dashboards to show your data or use grafana to read from influxDB.

I do not have time to write an InfluxDB manual but it is really intuitive, you just need to install IndluxDB from openplotter-dashboard app, after installtion go to http://localhost:8086, follow instrucctions to create a user, an organization, a bucket for your data and a token to read/write your bucket. Finally go back to openplotter-dashboard, select InfluxDB OSS, click edit and add the desired Signal K keys to store and the intervals. To check your stored data go to http://localhost:8086, click "Explore" and build your dashboards.

Tips:
Create one token to read/write all buckets.
Create different buckets with different data retention policy to save your SD space.
Be conservative with the intervals, you do not need to check the Signal k server every 5 seconds for air pressure, probably 10 minutes is OK.

Hi Sailoog,
Great work being done here - thanks.

As the user interface is quite different from the previous version of influxDB, I found this YouTube video useful in addition to your brief instructions above. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gEIgg5zHuIU&t=15s 

It may help others also?

Paul
Really good video. Remember that OpenPlotter will do the hard work, you do not need to deal with telegraf because everything is ready to work out of the box. Look at these screenshots, that is the interface we have written to create the telegraf files.

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openplotter-serial app updated with some fixed bugs and a new feature.

If you have a Raspberry 4 now you can enable 4 extra UART interfaces!

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(2022-05-16, 08:24 PM)Sailoog Wrote: [ -> ]Really good video. Remember that OpenPlotter will do the hard work, you do not need to deal with telegraf because everything is ready to work out of the box. Look at these screenshots, that is the interface we have written to create the telegraf files.

Thanks Sailoog, that really helps me as a non-programmer.
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