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AvNav implementation in OP2
#1
Hi Sailoog, I wanted to insert AvNav in Openplotter 2 (see: https://www.segeln-forum.de/board194-boo...ost2162774) following the instructions given to me by @BlackSea, but for me it is a bit complicated. If you can get your hands on it, we would be happy in many. Good job, congratulations, and good wind, always!  Rolleyes
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#2
https://github.com/e-sailing/openplotter-avnav
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#3
(2020-05-12, 06:11 PM)Sailoog Wrote: https://github.com/e-sailing/openplotter-avnav

To compile this you have to install these 2 helpers:
sudo apt-get install debhelper python3-all

after this it will compile without errors, but it wont run if you also installed the SDR-ADS.
The default port is used, so change /home/pi/avnav/data/avnav_server.xml to another port, i use 8082.


maybe this will be resolved in future version.

Otherwise, the avnav is an good option for Browser using.

Stay healthy
HoW
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#4
-> The default port is used, so change /home/pi/avnav/data/avnav_server.xml to another port, i use 8082.

Sorry to say, the latest RTL-SDR Version has configurable Ports for the Airplane Receiver App. So leave this as it is and change the 8080 default Port there.
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#5
(2020-05-13, 07:44 AM)holgerw Wrote: -> The default port is used, so change /home/pi/avnav/data/avnav_server.xml to another port, i use 8082.

Sorry to say, the latest RTL-SDR Version has configurable Ports for the Airplane Receiver App. So leave this as it is and change the 8080 default Port there

at the moment a new feature is implemented in AvNav by @wellenvogel. This requires port 8082. Stay tuned Cool

@sailoog 
I have already packed AvNav app for OP2. But I don't want to put it into free-x.de/deb4op before you give your "go" signal. So what do we do next? Should I just publish the package somewhere else, so the interested people can test it?

Handbreit
BlackSea aka free-x@gh
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#6
@BlackSea
If the package "avnav" will live in free-x.de/deb4op it make sense openplotter-avnav package lives there too.
If you want you can upload openplotter-avnav package there and share the link with testers. I have just checked the app and I think is too early because is still alpha. I recommend to wait for beta stage to be included in the app list of openplotter-settings and start the public beta test stage.

@e-sailing
I think avnav package should be installed as debian dependency to be installed/uninstalled at the same time that openplotter-avnav app. Currently it has a dedicated tab, will there be more programs or plugins to install? if not we can get rid of this tab. Take a look at sdr-vhf app improvements of tab "processes" to manage services.
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#7
@sailoog

avnav package is always available in "deb4op" which is used by OP2
Code:
pi@openplotter:~ $ apt show -a avnav
Package: avnav
Version: 20200401
Priority: optional
Section: misc
Source: avnav
Maintainer: andreas
Installed-Size: 3,598 kB
Depends: gpsd, python-gps, bluetooth, python-bluez, python-pyudev, python-serial, python-gdal, python-imaging | python-pil, python-netifaces
Download-Size: 1,319 kB
APT-Sources: https://www.free-x.de/deb4op buster/main armhf Packages
Description: avnav
 NMEA multiplexer and Browser based navigation
if I would also add openplotter-avnav to the repository, it will also be available via apt.

I do not need to share anything. Just
Code:
sudo apt install openplotter-avnav

I have already tested this on pi4 and pi3. Great job by @e-sailing
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#8
Here we go

from terminal
Code:
wget https://www.free-x.de/debpreview/pool/main/o/openplotter-avnav/openplotter-avnav_2.0.0-dev_all.deb
sudo apt install ./openplotter-avnav_2.0.0-dev_all.deb

From Menu->Openplotter->AvNav install AvNav.
After Installation open in your Browser http://<yourhost>:8080/

have a lot fun
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#9
(2020-05-14, 08:58 PM)BlackSea Wrote: Here we go

from terminal
Code:
wget https://www.free-x.de/debpreview/pool/main/o/openplotter-avnav/openplotter-avnav_2.0.0-dev_all.deb
sudo apt install ./openplotter-avnav_2.0.0-dev_all.deb

From Menu->Openplotter->AvNav install AvNav.
After Installation open in your Browser http://<yourhost>:8080/

have a lot fun
Okay, thanks BlackSea. Installed, now I just have to read and understand how it works!  Big Grin
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#10
I would like to see the further development of integration of AvNav in OpenPlotter:
Many thanks to @e-sailing for the work
New integration package is installed as follows

Code:
wget https://www.free-x.de/debpreview/pool/main/o/openplotter-avnav/openplotter-avnav_2.0.2-beta_all.deb
sudo apt install ./openplotter-avnav_2.0.2-beta_all.deb


App will also install O-Charts support in AvNav
Howto use: https://wellenvogel.de/software/avnav/do...ml?lang=en
Video (German) : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q24VRAtbbEE

Have a lot of fun
BlackSea


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