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How do I change the ip of the wifi ap?
I have Openplotter 0.8 noob, r-pi3.

I have tried to change /home/pi/.config/openplotter/ to:

But still i starts up an wifi ap with

The reason I want to change is because it comflict with my Raymarine ES75 wifi...
I believe you can change the ap ip's in /etc/network/interfaces.
Why it is not included in the config.txt file maybe sailoog can explain.
Normally the ip-addresses is now controlled by dhcpcd.conf, but it looks like openplotter overwrites this file when you enable Wifi AP from the GUI.
Just need to find out where it gets its settings from Smile

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