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BBN Marine Linux OS for Raspberry Pi, 2022-03-30-Release-Stable, Long Term Support Re
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BBN Marine Linux OS for Raspberry Pi (2022-03-30-Release-Stable). Free Opensource Software.

Long Term Support Release 13. Based on Buster

Changes:
  • AvNav updates
  • RPI firmware updates
  • SignalK and few plugins updates
  • Few stability fixes
  • Doc updates
Download at https://cloudsmith.io/~bbn-projects/repo...=lysmarine
Getting Started Guide: https://bareboat-necessities.github.io/m...at-os.html
Release Notes: https://github.com/bareboat-necessities/...2022-03-30

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@mgouch
Thanks for you all-in-one project. Highly appreciated. Just installed the last version 2022-03-30 and having one comment and some questions.
But first let me tell you I'm not a dev but trying to find my way into Linux ... so a beginner.
Comment:
- opencpn updating is not recommended because there is a bug / problem with the Logbook. Showing this error message "/usr/include/wx-3.0/wx/arrstr.h(178): assert "nIndex < m_nCount" failed in Item(): wxArrayString: index out of bounds"
couldn't find a hint how to roll back to the previous version, consequently a completely new installation.

Questions:
I'd like to sync / backup all necessary data to G-Drive like:
- crew list
- logbook
- maintenance
- tracks
- routes
- etc

Where do I find them?
Which else should be backed up? What's your recommendation?

Best, ojessie
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(2022-04-05, 12:57 PM)ojessie Wrote: @mgouch
Thanks for you all-in-one project. Highly appreciated. Just installed the last version 2022-03-30 and having one comment and some questions.
But first let me tell you I'm not a dev but trying to find my way into Linux ... so a beginner.
Comment:
- opencpn updating is not recommended because there is a bug / problem with the Logbook. Showing this error message "/usr/include/wx-3.0/wx/arrstr.h(178): assert "nIndex < m_nCount" failed in Item(): wxArrayString: index out of bounds"
couldn't find a hint how to roll back to the previous version, consequently a completely new installation.

Questions:
I'd like to sync / backup all necessary data to G-Drive like:
- crew list
- logbook
- maintenance
- tracks
- routes
- etc

Where do I find them?
Which else should be backed up? What's your recommendation?

Best, ojessie

To rollback OpenCPN you could have done:


Code:
sudo apt-get install -y -q opencpn=5.2.4-1


The bug you in OpenCPN you mentioned I think it was reported in OpenCPN github issues.


For backup to google drive you can use https://github.com/rclone/rclone


which you already have installed. You can script and schedule your backups with 'cron' or 'at' jobs.
Since cloud is not always accessible you probably also want to backup to some external USB stick.

I'd suggest also backing up configurations for SignalK, OpenCPN, PyPilot (AvNav if you using it)
and some other programs for which you changed defaults.

The files locations you are asking for really depend on which programs you are using.





Thanks,
--MG
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