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Ubuntu for Raspberry
#11
I'm always interested in new developments. A new beta version of Ubuntu is appeared, called Hirsute Hippo. Also ARM 64 bits. The next version after the Groovy Gorilla.

Ubuntu has already available a version for the RPI. Tried this version on my Pi4 and can confirm it works. It is working here with SignalK and also with the Oesenc plugin. Although libusb file must be added to get Oesenc working.

Also tried to install the OpenPlotter add-ons. However, this does not work because the config-parser is no longer part of the latest Python version and cannot be installed.
Otherwise, it seems to work. A reaction of a Python specialist here was that the config-parser is no longer needed in the latest Python version. But is part of the OpenPlotter setup. He has made a comment on the Github page.

The Ubuntu Hirsute Hippo is working fast.

Bram
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#12
De RPIClone copy program is not available in Ubuntu. How to make a copy of your Ubuntu SD or Ubuntu SDD ?

It can be done with the help of the RaspiOs version PiClone. Start the RPI with RaspiOS. Take an usb card reader and an SSD or a second cardreader.

Choose both cardreader systems and copy the SD or SDD to another SD or SSD. So you can also make copies of the Ubuntu versions with the help of the RaspiOS.

Works very good.
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(2021-01-29, 09:38 PM)verkerkbr Wrote: De RPIClone copy program is not available in Ubuntu. How to make a copy of your Ubuntu SD or Ubuntu SDD ?

It can be done with the help of the RaspiOs version PiClone. Start the RPI with RaspiOS. Take an usb card reader and an SSD or a second cardreader.

Choose both cardreader systems and copy the SD or SDD to another SD or SSD. So you can also make copies of the Ubuntu versions with the help of the RaspiOS.

Works very good.

The Ubuntu Hirtute Hippo Beta version for the 64 bits RPI is released the 1st of April. Installed the image and also tried the OpenPlotter add-ons on this new 64 bits Ubuntu release. It gave some errors.

But most of the OpenPlotter applications did work. The Serial, the Calibration for a DSR-RTL dongle. OpenCPN with a separated installed oesenc plugin for the Oesenc usb dongle. The SignalK server is running. However, as I allready mentioned the MXTommy application gives errors when installing.

The kernel is now the 5.11 version and works very well.

Bram
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