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Old 23-01-2014, 04:08   #166
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Re: S-63 plug-in for OpenCPN

Hi Jejoenimo,

Yes I did that, now, the plugin did run but did crash later on.
What system do you run? I tested it on 10.7.5 (2008 mbp 8GB).

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Old 23-01-2014, 04:10   #167
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Re: S-63 plug-in for OpenCPN

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Hi Jejoenimo,

Yes I did that, now, the plugin did run but did crash later on.
What system do you run? I tested it on 10.7.5 (2008 mbp 8GB).

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MacBook Pro retina 2013 i7 10.9.1 16GB

Did you use the latest beta? 3.3.1303
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Old 23-01-2014, 07:02   #168
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Re: S-63 plug-in for OpenCPN

bcn ...
The previous crash did not occur again. Those at the most dificult to solve...
These maps have much less information than the original maps for the region. But that is maybe because I can not select a detail level like with cm93.

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Sure i use 3.3.1303. Always use the beta when beta testing
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Old 23-01-2014, 07:49   #169
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Re: S-63 plug-in for OpenCPN

Jelbert,

these are test cells - and of course not for navigation - just and only for the S-64 tests. So it's ok that there are differences with respect to actual navigational charts.

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Old 25-03-2015, 07:10   #170
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Re: S-63 plug-in for OpenCPN

Hello,
I have problem with fpr02.3_L64
OS Linux Crux 3.1 64-bits
kernel 3.12.24

fpr02.3_L64
Starting Batch File fingerprint..
Sorry, fingerprint file cannot be created for this system.

in log file

Loading kernel module for a network device with CAP_SYS_MODULE (deprecated). Use CAP_NET_ADMIN and alias netdev- instead.
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Old 25-03-2015, 08:36   #171
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Re: S-63 plug-in for OpenCPN

bal_wind,

sorry about the hazzles. Renate has send you a mail with some comments.

In general we know that there are Linux distros - we can't test everyone - which will not allow to retrieve the data the fingerprinter needs to identify the specific system. We will try to understand why and look for a workaround or update of the fingerprinter, but can't guarantee that it will work in every case.

Perhaps it might be prudent to test the fingerprinter first when using a non-mainstream distro.
You can use the UserPermit of course on any other machine.

Thanks for your patience

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Old 31-03-2015, 08:41   #172
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Re: S-63 plug-in for OpenCPN

Hi,

Firstly, thanks to the developers for putting the effort into this project. Here in Australia we have very limited options for non-commercial cartography so it's good to be able to buy proper licences (even if they are expensive!).

I have today tried to install the 32-bit Linux version of the plugin on my nav computer (running Ubuntu 14.04LTS) by downloading the .deb package and running it via the "Ubuntu Software Centre" app. The process halts with the warning "The package is of bad quality" (see attached screen snapshot). It is possible to proceed, but I'm concerned about the error messages about file ownership.

Can I safely ignore these warnings, or am I going about this the wrong way? I don't suppose there's a ppa for this plugin so I can install/update it using Ubuntu's apt-get process?

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Old 31-03-2015, 08:49   #173
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Re: S-63 plug-in for OpenCPN

Oops, it seems I don't have the rights to post images on this forum yet. OK, I've copied/pasted the text of the error message instead:
The package is of bad quality

The installation of a package which violates the quality standards isn't allowed. This could cause serious problems on your computer. Please contact the person or organisation who provided this package file and include the details beneath.

Lintian check results for /home/rob/Downloads/o-charts.org/s63_pi_1.0.0-_i386.deb:
E: s63_pi: control-file-has-bad-owner md5sums dsr/1000 != root/root
E: s63_pi: bad-package-name
E: s63_pi: maintainer-address-missing David S. Register
E: s63_pi: wrong-file-owner-uid-or-gid usr/ 1000/1000
E: s63_pi: wrong-file-owner-uid-or-gid usr/bin/ 1000/1000
E: s63_pi: wrong-file-owner-uid-or-gid usr/bin/OCPNsenc 1000/1000
E: s63_pi: wrong-file-owner-uid-or-gid usr/lib/ 1000/1000
E: s63_pi: wrong-file-owner-uid-or-gid usr/lib/locale/ 1000/1000
E: s63_pi: wrong-file-owner-uid-or-gid usr/lib/locale/de/ 1000/1000
E: s63_pi: wrong-file-owner-uid-or-gid usr/lib/locale/de/LC_MESSAGES/ 1000/1000
E: s63_pi: wrong-file-owner-uid-or-gid usr/lib/locale/de/LC_MESSAGES/s63_pi.mo 1000/1000

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Old 31-03-2015, 08:52   #174
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Re: S-63 plug-in for OpenCPN

Hi Rob,

as this is your first post, the screenshot will take some time to appear here - moderators will have a look first.

You can safely ignore the Ubuntu rant - there are already more user out there using it. Dave is the lead developer...

And the package is exactly the same we are using for Debian.

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Re: S-63 plug-in for OpenCPN

Hi All

I am using a Mac. Downloaded the S63 plugin. Went to o-charts and paid for the User Permit and have it showing in OpenCPN. Downloaded the Fingerprint for OSX. Did what the "making the fingerprint executable on OSX" video suggested. But how do you "run it", as the video suggests? All I get is an error message in Terminal, that says "segmentation fault".

Any suggestions are welcome. Thank you

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Old 16-04-2015, 13:05   #176
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Hi Joe,

your OS-X version? Up to now we didn't have issues with OS-X.
Several users from down-under with MACs.

The video shows just how to modify the file permissions to enable to run a downloaded file.
You might try to download the file again - case it was corrupted..

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Re: S-63 plug-in for OpenCPN

Hi Hubert

Thank you for responding. I am still using OSX 10.7.5.

I downloaded it at least 5 times, repeated the procedure and got the same result.

Have just done it again with the same result. I assume to "run it", I double click?

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Old 17-04-2015, 02:10   #178
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Re: S-63 plug-in for OpenCPN

Joe,

yes double clic is the way to launch the program.
And if you see a console window and a crash it is running.

Under OS-X we have tested 10.9 and 10.10.x
We donīt have access to previous versions.
So it is possible that the fingerprinter (and the plug-in) might not run under the old version of OS-X.

In case you have already licensed charts there are two alternatives:
- you can use those on a different machine (and a different InstallPermit)
- upgrade to OS-X 10.10 (which is without cost, but I fear you have some reason not to upgrade..)

We will add a comment at the download page that we recommend to test first the Plug-in/the Fingerprinter before going for the UserPermit.

This is valid for OS.X < 10.9 and some Linux distributions. In the Linux zoo these will depend on some special cases for not so common distributions and specific systems.

Sorry for the hazzles!

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Hi Hubert

I updated OSX from 10.7.5 to 10.10.3 and started again.

The window in terminal said that a file had been created. I could not see the created file, so searched for its name in spotlight and located the file. Dragged it to the desktop. The uploaded it to o-chart and a UserPermit was created.

Now to get the charts and head off.

Thank you for your assistance.

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The uploaded it to o-chart and a UserPermit was created.

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Joe, should read "and an InstallPermit was created"

So have fun!

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