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New OpenPlotter GPIO app available
#61
(2021-03-07, 05:52 PM)holgerw Wrote:
(2021-03-07, 03:39 PM)ericdew Wrote:
(2021-02-22, 08:27 PM)Sailoog Wrote: there is a quick fix:

Edit this file with sudo permissions: /usr/lib/python3/dist-packages/openplotterGpio/openplotterGpio.py
in line 375 replace:

Code:
type_name
by

Code:
type.name
and it should work

Hello, I got same issue since last update.
I cannot understand how you change the permissions (Edit this file with sudo permissionsSmile
Could you help me please ?

sudo nano /usr/lib/python3/dist-packages/openplotterGpio/openplotterGpio.py

Thank you very much
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#62
New alpha version 2.2.0 of openplotter-gpio app.

Chengelog:

- Easier Seatalk 1 configuration (removed pigpio setting)
- Fix 1W errors
- Improve 1W debugging:

   

-Add pulses:

   

What can we do with pulses?

Using reed switches on any object with circular motion you will be able to measure revolutions, speed and distance. Some examples:
  • Wind speed
  • Motor revolutions (RPM)
  • Dropped anchor chain length
  • ...
You can set Signal K keys for any of the available magnitudes:

   

Setting a Signal k key for "Reset" will set revolution counter and distance to 0 when that Signal k key is "true".

We will add fluid measurement if requested.

Pulses introduces the concept of remote GPIOs. You can control the GPIOs of any Raspberry running pigpio and connected to the same network.

Digital sensors management coming soon.

Test and report please
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#63
Hello everyone and congratulations for this wonderful project.

If SSL is enabled in the Signal K installer, at startup when it does the check system a certificate error occurs and the service does not start.
 
↳Error requesting access to Signal K server: HTTPSConnectionPool(host='localhost', port=3443): Max retries exceeded with url: /signalk/v1/access/requests (Caused by SSLError(SSLError("bad handshake: Error([('SSL routines', 'tls_process_server_certificate', 'certificate verify failed')])"))))))

Is it not possible to make it work with SSL enabled?

Thank you very much for your help
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#64
(2021-03-22, 06:33 PM)farrucho Wrote: Hello everyone and congratulations for this wonderful project.

If SSL is enabled in the Signal K installer, at startup when it does the check system a certificate error occurs and the service does not start.
 
↳Error requesting access to Signal K server: HTTPSConnectionPool(host='localhost', port=3443): Max retries exceeded with url: /signalk/v1/access/requests (Caused by SSLError(SSLError("bad handshake: Error([('SSL routines', 'tls_process_server_certificate', 'certificate verify failed')])"))))))

Is it not possible to make it work with SSL enabled?

Thank you very much for your help

honestly I have not checked SSL connections yet. Do you have a valid certificate? I think I could try disabling SSL verification
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#65
(2021-03-22, 09:17 PM)Sailoog Wrote: honestly I have not checked SSL connections yet. Do you have a valid certificate? I think I could try disabling SSL verification

Yes, the certificate is valid.
Disabling SSL is the way to get everything working again.
I will wait for next updates.
Thank you very much Sailoog
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