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Raspberry 4 + moitessier hat / signalk -> opencpn: freeze
#1
After tryng to use signalk directly in opencpn the gps data seems to be unstable, with random data and freeze opencpn.

Using signalk->nmea convertor and nmea as input in opencpn there wasn't any problem.

Now because of the opencpn freeze i can't go back to the nmea input configuration.


Any suggestions?
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#2
is the signal k connection the only one?
to start opencpn from scratch remove the folder /home/pi/.opencpn
please if the issue persists please report to opencpn developers
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#3
(2020-09-14, 06:52 PM)Sailoog Wrote: is the signal k connection the only one?
to start opencpn from scratch remove the folder /home/pi/.opencpn
please if the issue persists please report to opencpn developers
I got the same difficulties : gps unstability, and OpenCPN freezing (25% CPU occupancy, i.e. one core occupied 100% (= looping ?) and impossibility to close OpenCPN but using task manager to terminate it. I also had the idea to uninstall / re-install but with few success.
I applied the Sailoog's advice to remove the directory .opencpn, we will see how it goes. More report later...
Cordialement
Didier B
Pi4, SSD, OP 2.4.1-stable, OpenCPN 5.2.0.9




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#4
(2020-09-22, 04:55 PM)Didier B Wrote:
(2020-09-14, 06:52 PM)Sailoog Wrote: is the signal k connection the only one?
to start opencpn from scratch remove the folder /home/pi/.opencpn
please if the issue persists please report to opencpn developers
I got the same difficulties : gps unstability, and OpenCPN freezing (25% CPU occupancy, i.e. one core occupied 100% (= looping ?) and impossibility to close OpenCPN but using task manager to terminate it. I also had the idea to uninstall / re-install but with few success.
I applied the Sailoog's advice to remove the directory .opencpn, we will see how it goes. More report later...

Hi, same configuration and same problems. OpenCPN freeze!  Huh
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#5
Hi all
please see  my post
It seems Open CPN is confused about having a FIX when GPS is long to deliver reliable position information ...
Cordialement
Didier B
Pi4, SSD, OP 2.4.1-stable, OpenCPN 5.2.0.9




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