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Old 01-01-2014, 07:35   #1
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installing from OpenCPN website

I have OpenCPN running Release 3.2.0 on board my boat (Raspberry Pi model B with raspbian wheezy 7).

I had quite a lot of hassle installing it, and have so far failed to install the latest release 3.2.2 from the OpenCPN website.
I only managed to get a working copy of 3.2.0 after trawling the forums for an alternative source....
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I have tested installing it on two separate raspberry Pi's now - one on the boat-Pi and one on the home-Pi (for testing) using the NOOBs debian distribution - and the above observations are consistent with both installs.

I think the problem lies with the source.... instructions tell you to add a line to /etc/apt/sources.list
when you run... sudo apt-get install opencpn... it says it cant find the dependancies.

Does anyone have any better experience installing the latest version from the OpenCPN website???
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Old 01-01-2014, 16:23   #2
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Re: installing from OpenCPN website

There is no official ARM version. I have updated the download page to make it clear.

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