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problem installing moitessier firmware
#11
I really tried both packages, same result: https://i.imgur.com/a3u0pGc.png  Huh
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#12
Can you access the HAT after a reboot?
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#13
yes, 
check config results

AIS - GNSS
Device: /dev/moitessier.tty
Connection: 
App = Signal K, Device = /dev/ttyOP_wind, ID = wind, Status = enabled
App = Signal K, Device = /dev/ttyOP_can, ID = can, Status = enabled
Compass - Trim - Heel
Pypilot mode: only compass
Connection: Signal K connection ID = Pypilot Signal K
Signal K to NMEA 0183 plugin: disabled
   Heading conversion: disabled
   Trim - Heel conversion: disabled
Pressure - Temperature
I2C - Signal K key for pressure: environment.outside.pressure
I2C - Signal K key for temperature: environment.inside.openplotter.temperature
Connection: Signal K connection ID = I2C
Signal K to NMEA 0183 plugin: disabled
   Pressure conversion: disabled
Richard

Alberg 30 #597 on Lake of Two Mountains, Quebec, Canada
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#14
(2020-07-28, 08:29 PM)Rooco Wrote: Can you access the HAT after a reboot?

Yes, but yes nothing "serial":

https://i.imgur.com/1JJoeFu.png

https://i.imgur.com/9906XGR.png

https://i.imgur.com/4rqNkTQ.png

https://i.imgur.com/D8NsnDw.png
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#15
no, in serial I only see the ttyAMA0, that is probably the UART
I get the i2c from the hat, only, ais and gps are undetected
Richard

Alberg 30 #597 on Lake of Two Mountains, Quebec, Canada
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#16
If I cannot use the Moitessier HAT as GPS receiver with Buster and Raspi 3b or 4, What can I do ?

If it can work with usb gps receiver, what could be the recommandation ?

Then I might completely remove the Moitessier HAT since it uses power and becomes mostly useless...
Richard

Alberg 30 #597 on Lake of Two Mountains, Quebec, Canada
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#17
Just to ensure, have you installed the following package?
https://get.rooco.tech/moitessier/buster..._armhf.deb

The error is caused if you use a wrong package.

Do the following:

wget https://get.rooco.tech/moitessier/buster..._armhf.deb
sudo dpkg -i moitessier_1.20200723-1_5.4.51_2.1.0_armhf.deb
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#18
(2020-07-29, 06:56 PM)Rooco Wrote: Just to ensure, have you installed the following package?
https://get.rooco.tech/moitessier/buster..._armhf.deb

The error is caused if you use a wrong package.

Do the following:

wget https://get.rooco.tech/moitessier/buster..._armhf.deb
sudo dpkg -i moitessier_1.20200723-1_5.4.51_2.1.0_armhf.deb

Sorry, I'm not a technician, just copy / paste. Where am I wrong? 

https://i.imgur.com/EmvCz0p.png
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#19
Unfortunately the forum software obviously shortens the link, so it is invalidated.

Click on the link and save the file on your Pi. Then you can skip the wget command.
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#20
Thanks @nebosa e @Rooco meanwhile I have another sd with 4.19.97 kernel fully functional ... the latter makes me crazy.  Angry Huh

see: https://i.imgur.com/mP6i9t8.png

https://i.imgur.com/1JJoeFu.png
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