Originally Posted by rabbi
This is my last post on this topic.
Happy to know it.
is running natively on android, anyone wanting to use OpenCPN
on their android has one choice, even if it may be what you call a "workaround".
It works, and everyone doesn't own or use AIS
. So, while it does not meet your needs, it will satisfy many others who want OpenCPN on their low power
, small footprint android.
I'm surprised someone who is a "...professional system architect, designing large scale enterprise IT systems for a living..." would use a device like yours for this project
anyway. My instructions are too confusing for someone with your experience? Unbelievable...