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New raspberry pi OS released
#31
(2021-12-21, 10:35 AM)verkerkbr Wrote:
Don't try this on the boat !

Bram

that is the best thing you have said
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#32
(2021-12-24, 08:47 AM)BlackSea Wrote:
(2021-12-21, 10:35 AM)verkerkbr Wrote:
Don't try this on the boat !

Bram

that is the best thing you have said

Introduction of the Jammy LTS version will be April 2022. But you can allready try the beta version. A nice passtime during the Corona lockdowns.

This Jammy version Is, of course, allready running here on the RPI4 with OpenCPN 5.6.0, the Flatpak version 5.6.0 the Oesenc plugin-in and the SignalK server. (But no serial input yet).

Kernel version 5.13.0. OpenPlotter Items installed but not yet used.

Regards and happy holidays,

Bram
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#33
(2021-12-24, 09:42 AM)verkerkbr Wrote:
(2021-12-24, 08:47 AM)BlackSea Wrote:
(2021-12-21, 10:35 AM)verkerkbr Wrote:
Don't try this on the boat !

Bram

that is the best thing you have said

Introduction of the Jammy LTS version will be April 2022. But you can allready try the beta version. A nice passtime during the Corona lockdowns.

This Jammy version Is, of course, allready running here on the RPI4 with OpenCPN 5.6.0, the Flatpak version 5.6.0 the Oesenc plugin-in and the SignalK server. (But no serial input yet).

Kernel version 5.13.0. OpenPlotter Items installed but not yet used.

Regards and happy holidays,

Bram

Here the image of the flatpak OpenCPN 5.6.0 version. This Jammy Jellyfish works already very well  and with fast screen movements.


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#34
(2021-11-11, 06:48 PM)Sailoog Wrote: This is always hard to say. 1 or 2 months I think.
There is a lot of work but we do not start from scratch because we use the same tool chain that Raspberry guys to build OP images and there are not many changes in OP python code. Most of the time spent is building and testing betas and everyone can help a lot here.

How is the progress? Is there anything I can do? Happy to get involved in some testing, documenting etc.....

Paul
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#35
https://forum.openmarine.net/showthread.php?tid=3878
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