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Old 21-04-2019, 05:34   #1486
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Thanks, so no virtual machine is needed?
That means with CI I won't need a virtual machine to compile and I can have O running linux too! (I am running out of space, this will help.)


How do I do this?
Look up Windows System for Linux or Bash for Windows and then what are the right steps to install? Choice of Linux version... particular gotchas?
I don’t think it has anything to do with CI.

Get started here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/win.../install-win10

There are two diestros in the Windows Store that you can install. I suggest the 18.0x version. You use git and cmake just like regular Linux (it is real Linux). Use the Linux build instructions from the O developer manual to download and build.

To run O you need to install xrdp on the Linux system then connect using the windows Remote Desktop application. It then runs the Linux version of O. You can also use RDP from an iPad and interact with O on the iPad. I like RDP over VNC because it creates a custom screen matching the remote display. And you can’t use VNC with the Windows Linux anyway.
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Here is some of it Dan.

<GREEN>21:27:15 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $IIHDT,250,T*3B<0x0D><0x0A>
<BLUE>--> 21:27:15 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $IIHDT,250,T*3B

<GREEN>21:27:15 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $IIMWD,172.40,T,169.61,M,02.50,N,01.29,M*40<0x0D>< 0x0A>
<CORAL>--> 21:27:15 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $IIMWD,172.40,T,169.61,M,02.50,N,01.29,M*40

<GREEN>21:27:15 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $IIVDR,,,,,,N*0E<0x0D><0x0A>
<CORAL>--> 21:27:15 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $IIVDR,,,,,,N*0E

<GREEN>21:27:15 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $IIMTW,17,C*0B<0x0D><0x0A>
<CORAL>--> 21:27:15 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $IIMTW,17,C*0B

<GREEN>21:27:15 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $IIVPW,0.00,N,,*01<0x0D><0x0A>
<CORAL>--> 21:27:15 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $IIVPW,0.00,N,,*01

<GREEN>21:27:15 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $IIVTG,,,,,,N,,,N*69<0x0D><0x0A>
<BLUE>--> 21:27:15 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $IIVTG,,,,,,N,,,N*69

<GREEN>21:27:16 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $IIMWV,283,R,02.52,N,A*2F<0x0D><0x0A>
<CORAL>--> 21:27:16 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $IIMWV,283,R,02.52,N,A*2F

<BLUE>--> 21:27:16 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $GPRMC,192716.000,A,5815.2620,N,01130.3187,E,0.00, 0.00,210419,,,A*6A

<BLUE>--> 21:27:16 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $GPVTG,0.00,T,,M,0.00,N,0.0,K,A*0D

<CORAL>--> 21:27:16 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $GPGGA,192716.000,5815.2620,N,01130.3187,E,1,12,0. 7,-1.3,M,38.6,M,,0000*71

<CORAL>--> 21:27:16 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $GPGSA,A,3,27,08,10,20,18,11,16,21,15,01,30,28,1.4 ,0.7,1.2*3C

<CORAL>--> 21:27:16 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $GPGSV,4,1,14,01,10,259,20,08,67,269,28,10,63,106, 37,11,23,276,43*79

<CORAL>--> 21:27:16 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $GPGSV,4,2,14,13,00,358,,15,12,026,35,16,13,192,35 ,18,35,259,35*7D

<CORAL>--> 21:27:16 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $GPGSV,4,3,14,20,43,067,38,21,14,085,34,27,65,163, 47,28,09,334,28*74

<CORAL>--> 21:27:16 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $GPGSV,4,4,14,30,08,305,42,32,07,139,*7A

<BLUE>--> 21:27:16 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $GPGLL,5815.2620,N,01130.3187,E,192716.000,A,A*52

<GREEN>21:27:24 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $GPWCV,,N,,N*55<0x0D><0x0A>
<CORAL>--> 21:27:24 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $GPWCV,,N,,N*55

<GREEN>21:27:24 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $IIVLW,944.95,N,,*18<0x0D><0x0A>
<CORAL>--> 21:27:24 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $IIVLW,944.95,N,,*18

<GREEN>21:27:24 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $IIVWT,138,L,01.55,N,00.80,M,,*29<0x0D><0x0A>
<CORAL>--> 21:27:24 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $IIVWT,138,L,01.55,N,00.80,M,,*29

<GREEN>21:27:24 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $GPZDA,,,,,00,*48<0x0D><0x0A>
<CORAL>--> 21:27:24 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $GPZDA,,,,,00,*48

<GREEN>21:27:26 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $IIVLW,944.95,N,,*18<0x0D><0x0A>
<CORAL>--> 21:27:26 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $IIVLW,944.95,N,,*18

<GREEN>21:27:26 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $IIVWT,147,L,01.57,N,00.81,M,,*22<0x0D><0x0A>
<CORAL>--> 21:27:26 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $IIVWT,147,L,01.57,N,00.81,M,,*22

<CORAL>--> 21:27:16 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $GPGSA,A,3,27,08,10,20,18,11,16,21,15,01,30,28,1.4 ,0.7,1.2*3C

<CORAL>--> 21:27:16 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $GPGSV,4,1,14,01,10,259,20,08,67,269,28,10,63,106, 37,11,23,276,43*79

<CORAL>--> 21:27:16 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $GPGSV,4,2,14,13,00,358,,15,12,026,35,16,13,192,35 ,18,35,259,35*7D

<CORAL>--> 21:27:16 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $GPGSV,4,3,14,20,43,067,38,21,14,085,34,27,65,163, 47,28,09,334,28*74

<CORAL>--> 21:27:16 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $GPGSV,4,4,14,30,08,305,42,32,07,139,*7A

<BLUE>--> 21:27:16 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $GPGLL,5815.2620,N,01130.3187,E,192716.000,A,A*52

<GREEN>21:27:24 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $GPWCV,,N,,N*55<0x0D><0x0A>
<CORAL>--> 21:27:24 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $GPWCV,,N,,N*55

<GREEN>21:27:24 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $IIVLW,944.95,N,,*18<0x0D><0x0A>
<CORAL>--> 21:27:24 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $IIVLW,944.95,N,,*18

<GREEN>21:27:24 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $IIVWT,138,L,01.55,N,00.80,M,,*29<0x0D><0x0A>
<CORAL>--> 21:27:24 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $IIVWT,138,L,01.55,N,00.80,M,,*29

<GREEN>21:27:24 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $GPZDA,,,,,00,*48<0x0D><0x0A>
<CORAL>--> 21:27:24 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $GPZDA,,,,,00,*48

<GREEN>21:27:26 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $IIVLW,944.95,N,,*18<0x0D><0x0A>
<CORAL>--> 21:27:26 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $IIVLW,944.95,N,,*18

<GREEN>21:27:26 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $IIVWT,147,L,01.57,N,00.81,M,,*22<0x0D><0x0A>
<CORAL>--> 21:27:26 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $IIVWT,147,L,01.57,N,00.81,M,,*22

<GREEN>21:33:31 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $GPWCV,,N,,N*55<0x0D><0x0A>
<CORAL>--> 21:33:31 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $GPWCV,,N,,N*55

<BLUE>--> 21:33:31 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $GPRMC,193331.000,A,5815.2620,N,01130.3187,E,0.00, 0.00,210419,,,A*6A

<BLUE>--> 21:33:31 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $GPVTG,0.00,T,,M,0.00,N,0.0,K,A*0D

<CORAL>--> 21:33:31 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $GPGGA,193331.000,5815.2620,N,01130.3187,E,1,12,0. 7,-1.3,M,38.6,M,,0000*71

<CORAL>--> 21:33:31 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $GPGSA,A,3,27,08,10,20,18,11,21,15,01,30,28,32,1.2 ,0.7,1.0*3E

<CORAL>--> 21:33:31 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $GPGSV,4,1,14,01,13,260,31,08,69,263,29,10,62,100, 36,11,26,277,31*72

<CORAL>--> 21:33:31 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $GPGSV,4,2,14,15,11,024,26,16,11,191,,18,38,260,34 ,20,41,066,38*7F

<CORAL>--> 21:33:31 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $GPGSV,4,3,14,21,11,086,25,22,00,214,,27,62,161,44 ,28,11,333,36*7D

<CORAL>--> 21:33:31 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $GPGSV,4,4,14,30,06,303,34,32,10,138,24*72

<BLUE>--> 21:33:31 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $GPGLL,5815.2620,N,01130.3187,E,193331.000,A,A*52

<GREEN>21:33:31 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $IIVLW,944.95,N,,*18<0x0D><0x0A>
<CORAL>--> 21:33:31 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $IIVLW,944.95,N,,*18

<GREEN>21:33:31 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $IIVWT,045,R,00.00,N,00.00,M,,*35<0x0D><0x0A>
<CORAL>--> 21:33:31 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $IIVWT,045,R,00.00,N,00.00,M,,*35

<GREEN>21:33:31 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $GPZDA,,,,,00,*48<0x0D><0x0A>
<CORAL>--> 21:33:31 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $GPZDA,,,,,00,*48
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I think I have come closer now. But I do not know if I need the sateliet data GSV and GSA still filtered out.

<BLUE>--> 21:57:57 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $ECAPB,A,A,0.00,L,N,V,V,184.44,T,Angöri,184.43,T,1 84.43,T*AB

<BLUE>--> 21:57:57 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $ECXTE,A,A,0.000,L,N*4F

<MAROON>21:57:57 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $IIVLW,944.95,N,,*18<0x0D><0x0A>
<MAROON>21:57:57 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $IIVWT,045,R,00.00,N,00.00,M,,*35<0x0D><0x0A>
<MAROON>21:57:57 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $GPZDA,,,,,00,*48<0x0D><0x0A>
<MAROON>21:58:03 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $IIMWV,307,R,00.00,N,A*27<0x0D><0x0A>
<MAROON>21:58:03 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $IIVWT,045,R,00.00,N,00.00,M,,*35<0x0D><0x0A>
<BLUE>--> 21:58:03 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $ECRMB,A,0.000,L,,Angöri,5646.971,N,01117.568,E,88 .715,184.434,-0.000,V,A*CC

<BLUE>--> 21:58:03 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $ECRMC,195803,A,5815.262,N,01130.319,E,0.000,0.000 ,210419,3.808,E,A*07

<BLUE>--> 21:58:03 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $ECAPB,A,A,0.00,L,N,V,V,184.44,T,Angöri,184.43,T,1 84.43,T*AB

<BLUE>--> 21:58:03 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $ECXTE,A,A,0.000,L,N*4F

<MAROON>21:58:05 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $GPWCV,,N,,N*55<0x0D><0x0A>
<MAROON>21:58:05 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $IIVLW,944.95,N,,*18<0x0D><0x0A>
<MAROON>21:58:05 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $IIVWT,045,R,00.00,N,00.00,M,,*35<0x0D><0x0A>
<MAROON>21:58:05 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $GPZDA,,,,,00,*48<0x0D><0x0A>
<MAROON>21:58:06 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $IIDBT,,f,,M,,F*3F<0x0D><0x0A>
<GREEN>21:58:06 (Serial:/dev/ttyACM0) $GPRMC,195806.000,A,5815.2620,N,01130.3187,E,0.00, 0.00,210419,,,A*63<0x0D><0x0A>
<BLUE>--> 21:58:06 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $GPRMC,195806.000,A,5815.2620,N,01130.3187,E,0.00, 0.00,210419,,,A*63

<GREEN>21:58:06 (Serial:/dev/ttyACM0) $GPVTG,0.00,T,,M,0.00,N,0.0,K,A*0D<0x0D><0x0A>
<BLUE>--> 21:58:06 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $GPVTG,0.00,T,,M,0.00,N,0.0,K,A*0D

<GREEN>21:58:06 (Serial:/dev/ttyACM0) $GPGGA,195806.000,5815.2620,N,01130.3187,E,1,10,0. 8,-1.3,M,38.6,M,,0000*75<0x0D><0x0A>
<CORAL>--> 21:58:06 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $GPGGA,195806.000,5815.2620,N,01130.3187,E,1,10,0. 8,-1.3,M,38.6,M,,0000*75

<GREEN>21:58:06 (Serial:/dev/ttyACM0) $GPGSA,A,3,27,08,10,20,18,11,01,22,28,32,,,1.5,0.8 ,1.3*31<0x0D><0x0A>
<CORAL>--> 21:58:06 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $GPGSA,A,3,27,08,10,20,18,11,01,22,28,32,,,1.5,0.8 ,1.3*31

<GREEN>21:58:06 (Serial:/dev/ttyACM0) $GPGSV,4,1,16,01,23,265,42,08,71,229,31,10,57,080, 40,11,36,278,43*79<0x0D><0x0A>
<CORAL>--> 21:58:06 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $GPGSV,4,1,16,01,23,265,42,08,71,229,31,10,57,080, 40,11,36,278,43*79

<GREEN>21:58:06 (Serial:/dev/ttyACM0) $GPGSV,4,2,16,14,08,142,,15,04,018,07,16,01,189,,1 8,49,263,39*73<0x0D><0x0A>
<CORAL>--> 21:58:06 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $GPGSV,4,2,16,14,08,142,,15,04,018,07,16,01,189,,1 8,49,263,39*73

<GREEN>21:58:06 (Serial:/dev/ttyACM0) $GPGSV,4,3,16,20,32,061,39,21,02,091,,22,10,216,39 ,24,01,047,*74<0x0D><0x0A>
<CORAL>--> 21:58:06 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $GPGSV,4,3,16,20,32,061,39,21,02,091,,22,10,216,39 ,24,01,047,*74

<GREEN>21:58:06 (Serial:/dev/ttyACM0) $GPGSV,4,4,16,27,50,159,39,28,19,327,37,30,00,295, ,32,19,132,41*78<0x0D><0x0A>
<CORAL>--> 21:58:06 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $GPGSV,4,4,16,27,50,159,39,28,19,327,37,30,00,295, ,32,19,132,41*78

<GREEN>21:58:06 (Serial:/dev/ttyACM0) $GPGLL,5815.2620,N,01130.3187,E,195806.000,A,A*5B< 0x0D><0x0A>
<BLUE>--> 21:58:06 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $GPGLL,5815.2620,N,01130.3187,E,195806.000,A,A*5B

<MAROON>21:58:06 (Serial:/dev/ttyUSB0) $GPGSA,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,*6E<0x0D><0x0A>
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I don’t think it has anything to do with CI.

Get started here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/win.../install-win10

There are two diestros in the Windows Store that you can install. I suggest the 18.0x version. You use git and cmake just like regular Linux (it is real Linux). Use the Linux build instructions from the O developer manual to download and build.

To run O you need to install xrdp on the Linux system then connect using the windows Remote Desktop application. It then runs the Linux version of O. You can also use RDP from an iPad and interact with O on the iPad. I like RDP over VNC because it creates a custom screen matching the remote display. And you can’t use VNC with the Windows Linux anyway.
Good link and directions. Thanks.

The link "Install Windows 10 subsystem for Linux", using "Windows Store", are you suggesting to install Ubuntu 18.0 using the Wiki Instructions in the Development Book?

Then follow those instructions and those in the Wiki Linux build and Using Linux Repositories, for installing Ubuntu and installing Opencpn v5.0 as a PPA?

But after installing Linux and before instaliing O, install xRDP Remote Desktop Protocol Serveron the Linux Server and connect using the remote desktop location. (Connect where?, sorry but I don't picture this.)

Does this look ok?

BTW Eliminating my virtual machine to compile Windows OpenCPN v5.0 and doing that with Appveyor CI , I'll save space and be able to install Linux I believe.

Do you know how much the whole thing takes up?

Thanks.
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[QUOTE=OlleH;2874783]I think I have come closer now. But I do not know if I need the sateliet data GSV and GSA still filtered out.

Why not use Connections Filter to do that?
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Does this look ok?

BTW Eliminating my virtual machine to compile Windows OpenCPN v5.0 and doing that with Appveyor CI , I'll save space and be able to install Linux I believe.

Do you know how much the whole thing takes up?

Thanks.
Rick,

First install the linux system from the Windows Store as explained in the first link I posted. It has nothing to do with any wiki. Disk space depends on how much you install. Its about 2GB on my system.

Once you have Linux installed you run it using the Ubuntu program in the Windows start menu. Once you have a linux prompt you start with the Linux developer instructions on the wiki. Don't worry about xrdp until you get a Linux prompt.
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Windows 10 -

  1. "Turn Windows features on or off" and select "Windows Subsystem for Linux", click OK,
  2. Reboot
  3. Installled
    Ubuntu 18.04 on Windows
Then

  1. sudo apt-get install software-properties-common
  2. sudo add-apt-repository ppapencpn/opencpn

Error: Retrieving gpg Key timed out.

Anything I can do? Is it my norton 360?


Tried disabling the firewall, same problem.

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After Reboot and trying these commands, and getting the same result. I am concluding that this will not work.


Is there another way to install opencpn?


I have 18.0LTS is there a good graphical interface for this?
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After Reboot and trying these commands, and getting the same result. I am concluding that this will not work.


Is there another way to install opencpn?


I have 18.0LTS is there a good graphical interface for this?
I haven't seen that error. What do you get from simple ping test:

ping ppa.launchpad.net
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I haven't seen that error. What do you get from simple ping test:

ping ppa.launchpad.net


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64 bytes from haetae.canonical.com (91.189.95.83): icmp_seq=33 ttl=56 time=81.7 ms
64 bytes from haetae.canonical.com (91.189.95.83): icmp_seq=34 ttl=56 time=81.4 ms
64 bytes from haetae.canonical.com (91.189.95.83): icmp_seq=35 ttl=56 time=80.7 ms
Looks ok Thanks.


Then


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64 bytes from haetae.canonical.com (91.189.95.83): icmp_seq=44 ttl=56 time=81.7 ms

^C
--- ppa.launchpad.net ping statistics ---
44 packets transmitted, 43 received, 2% packet loss, time 43037ms
rtt min/avg/max/mdev = 80.177/81.814/85.224/1.095 ms
rgleason@Dart:~$ sudo add-apt-repository ppapencpn/opencpn
[sudo] password for rgleason:
A Chartplotter and GPS Navigation Software.

OpenCPN is a free software (GPLv2) project to create a concise chartplotter and navigation software for use as an underway or planning tool. OpenCPN is developed by a team of active sailors using real world conditions for program testing and refinement.
More info: https://launchpad.net/~opencpn/+archive/ubuntu/opencpn
Press [ENTER] to continue or Ctrl-c to cancel adding it.

Error: retrieving gpg key timed out.
Do I have a bad gpg key? How do I check it? Make it?


Ubuntu Instructions for Opencpn in the Manual, I am on the second one (Not completing).
https://opencpn.org/wiki/dokuwiki/do...ion:ubuntu_ppa


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sudo apt-get install software-properties-common

sudo add-apt-repository ppapencpn/opencpn

sudo apt-get update

sudo apt-get install opencpn
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Looks ok Thanks.


Then
Try this:

sudo apt install openssh-server openssh-client

Then try adding the PPA again.
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rgleason@Dart:~$ sudo apt install openssh-server openssh-client
[sudo] password for rgleason:
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information... Done
openssh-client is already the newest version (1:7.6p1-4).
openssh-server is already the newest version (1:7.6p1-4).
The following package was automatically installed and is no longer required:
libfreetype6
Use 'sudo apt autoremove' to remove it.
0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded.


rgleason@Dart:~$ sudo add-apt-repository ppapencpn/opencpn
A Chartplotter and GPS Navigation Software.

OpenCPN is a free software (GPLv2) project to create a concise chartplotter and navigation software for use as an underway or planning tool. OpenCPN is developed by a team of active sailors using real world conditions for program testing and refinement.
More info: https://launchpad.net/~opencpn/+archive/ubuntu/opencpn
Press [ENTER] to continue or Ctrl-c to cancel adding it.

Error: retrieving gpg key timed out.
Should I remove the library libfreetype6 ?


Removed it and tried again.

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rgleason@Dart:~$ sudo apt install openssh-server openssh-client
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information... Done
openssh-client is already the newest version (1:7.6p1-4).
openssh-server is already the newest version (1:7.6p1-4).
0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded.



rgleason@Dart:~$ sudo add-apt-repository ppapencpn/opencpn
A Chartplotter and GPS Navigation Software.

OpenCPN is a free software (GPLv2) project to create a concise chartplotter and navigation software for use as an underway or planning tool. OpenCPN is developed by a team of active sailors using real world conditions for program testing and refinement.
More info: https://launchpad.net/~opencpn/+archive/ubuntu/opencpn
Press [ENTER] to continue or Ctrl-c to cancel adding it.

Error: retrieving gpg key timed out.
I have a hard ethernet connection through my router and have internet service. Dynamic IP address assignment and Firefox works.
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Old 22-05-2019, 08:16   #1498
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In the manual there is a second way

"Using the graphical configuration tools Start the Ubuntu Software Center"

I don't believe this Ubuntu 18.04LTS has a graphical configuration tool, but I don't really know. The writeup does not indicate a graphical tool. Also I see that Unity is now dropped since about version 16 and that "Ubuntu Gnome" is no longer developed but is the one recommended. However I think that is pretty big, and I don't know if that is going to help, and I don't know the best way to install it. --IE does Ubuntu Gnome overwrite the version I just downloaded or install alongside? That is not at all clear to me.

https://ubuntugnome.org/
Quote:
Our final Long Term Support release is Ubuntu GNOME 16.04.5.
Our final stable non-LTS release was Ubuntu GNOME 17.04. The 17.04 release is no longer supported.
Although Ubuntu GNOME 16.04.5 is supported until April 2019, we strongly encourage you to install the regular Ubuntu 18.04 LTS release which features a minimally customized GNOME desktop.
Ubuntu Gnome takes up 10gb, needs a 1 ghz processor and uses 1.5gb of memory.

Get Ubuntu GNOME 16.04.5 LTS is the final long-term support release. It is supported until April 2019.
OLD OLD --This doesn't sound that long lived!

Ars Tech on Ubuntu Gnome
https://arstechnica.com/information-...untu-in-years/

Its old v14 but informative (there is a gnome shell and a desktop still?)
https://itsfoss.com/how-to-install-g...-ubuntu-14-04/

Maybe my 18.04LTS version has the Gnome shell already?


I have this
Bionic Beaver
18.04 LTS
April 26, 2018
Supported until April 2023

There isn't much showing that is accessible. Just the prompt and a top bar > right click to edit and copy stuff.
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Now I think this is what I have on Windows


"The wonderful Ubuntu terminal is freely available for Windows 10."


https://tutorials.ubuntu.com/tutoria...u-on-windows#0


But my screen does not look like this. It is just a terminal. That is it.
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gpg info

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rxxxx@xxxx:~$ gpg --version
gpg (GnuPG) 2.2.4
libgcrypt 1.8.1
Copyright (C) 2017 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
License GPLv3+: GNU GPL version 3 or later <https://gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html>
This is free software: you are free to change and redistribute it.
There is NO WARRANTY, to the extent permitted by law.

Home: /home/rxxxx/.gnupg
Supported algorithms:
Pubkey: RSA, ELG, DSA, ECDH, ECDSA, EDDSA
Cipher: IDEA, 3DES, CAST5, BLOWFISH, AES, AES192, AES256, TWOFISH,
CAMELLIA128, CAMELLIA192, CAMELLIA256
Hash: SHA1, RIPEMD160, SHA256, SHA384, SHA512, SHA224
Compression: Uncompressed, ZIP, ZLIB, BZIP2
rxxxxx@xxxxx:~$
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