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Old 24-07-2016, 11:42   #1
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Startup Crash (Debian Linux)


When I attempt to run OpenCPN on my Raspberry Pi 3 using the Openplotter OS (A modified version of Raspbian). The software starts up and crashes instantly. When I try to run OpenCPN via the terminal the following error message appears:

opencpn -no_opengl

*** opencpn (wxWidgets 3.0.0) crashed ***, see backtrace!
0x2b674c in wxCrashPrint::Report() at ??:?
0x7656c3d4 in at ??:0
0x75d3a180 in __default_sa_restorer_v2 at ??:0

Does anyone know how to fix this error?
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