First, a quick note in general, some of this is pretty venturesome and not for all of us to try.
I looked into making a dual boot Android Tablet, because Linux
is the parent environment
Armido is our local expert on Building on the Motorola Zoom see Ubuntu Touch - not only for Nexus Devices!
and his complete instructions are here Building on Motorola Xoom | Official OpenCPN Homepage
Run Ubuntu on your Android Tablet - YouTube
Run Ubuntu on your Android Tablet â€” Opensourcegangster
VNC server - Android Apps on Google
I am sure there are other ways of doing it and I should probably refer to the Opencpn
threads on this more, but I am not so sure I'm ready to root a new Samsung Note Tablet.
Then looked at Linux
Tablets and did not find many configured for sale
, found the following resources, and learned that there may be a large fee for configured Ubuntu on Tablet software
, but for now there does not seem to be a fee.
Ubuntu on Tablet Ubuntu on tablets | Ubuntu
Devices List https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Touch/Devices
These links are some quick references
for various C&S OS threads discussion:
Windows 8 Geolocation Server (used to connect to on board GPS
Technical: windows 8 tablet location server
Windows 8 Tablet with built-in GPS
Geolocation TCP NMEA Instruments | Official OpenCPN Homepage
Petrisimon's website https://bitbucket.org/petrsimon/geol...ntcp/wiki/Home
Ubuntu Touch - not only for Nexus Devices!
OpenCPN Runs on Embedded ARM
Android Development Underway
Optimizations - General Discussion about improvements
OpenCPN Optimized for Touch Screen
Please go ahead and add other better links.