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Old 12-06-2017, 11:41   #16
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Re: Xinutop-nav, dedicated marine OS for x86

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Bonjour,

A new version of Xinutop-nav, now based on Debian stable is ready.
Infos and download:
Marinux Website
Hi Frank,

thanks your time, it is good job!

Please try my small hack for your distrib:

Code:
#!/bin/bash
# scripting by Zsolt Bihari for Marinux

lines="8"

dialog --backtitle "Marinux hacking for 2017 june..." \
       --scrollbar \
       --checklist "Select programs:" 12 60 $lines \
        foxtrotgps "offline googlemaps etc." on \
        viking "GIS program for GPX files etc." on \
        stellarium  "starmap" on \
        gpsprune "send GPX to the Internet" on \
        qlandkartegt "GIS program for Garmin maps" on \
        gpsbabel "GPS-converter" on \
        gparted "" on \
        testdisk "if your SD card is broken" on \
        htop "" on \
        lm-sensors "" on \
        acpitool "" on \
        exiftool "" on \
        kismet "wireless monitoring" on \
        putty "" on \
        iptraf "network traffic monitor" on \
        wavemon "" on \
        minicom "" on \
        telnet "" on \
        netsed "" on \
        ngrep "network grep" on \
        nmap "network tool" on \
        pgrep "process grep" on \
        netdiscover "" on \
        conky "" on \
        conky-all "" on \
        openscad "3D modelling" off \
        imagemagick "imageconverter with command line" off \
        imagemagick-common "imageconverter with command line" off \
        glabels "" on \
        inkscape "Image manipulating" off \
        alpine "mail client for cmd" off \
        mutt "mail client for cmd" off \
        wget "downloadig files in cmd" on \
        openssh-server "SSH server" on \
        traceroute "" on \
        curlftpfs "" on \
        pure-ftpd "" on \
        arp-scan "" on \
        hping-3 "" off \
        filezilla "" off \
        wbar "" on \
        wbar-config "" on \
        geany "" off \
        genius "" on \
        fritzing-date "" off \
        fritzing "" off \
        kernel-package "" on \
        libncurses5-dev "" on \
        fakeroot "" on \
        bzip2 "" on \
        build-essential "" on \
        gcc "" on \
        automake "" on \
        cmake "" on \
        bc "" on \
        git "" on \
        chromium "" off \
        espeak "" off \
        festival "" off \
        sdcv "" on \
        stardict "" off \
        stardict-common "" off \
        texlive-latex-recommended "" off \
        texlive-lang-hungarian "" off \
        gv "" off \
        aspell-hu "" off 2>/opt/install_2017.log

# the installation:
apt-get update
apt-get install `cat /opt/install_2017.log`

# the cleaning:
dialog --title "Installation with apt-get" \
       --msgbox  "Completed: `cat /opt/install_2017.log`" 10 60

dialog --backtitle "Marinux hacking for 2017 june..." \
       --radiolist "Select an apt-get parameter" 12 60 3 \
        nothing  "don't clear the cache: exit" on \
        clean "Clean cache: apt-get clean" off 2>>/tmpmarinuxaptget.temp

if [ `cat /tmpmarinuxaptget.temp` != "nothing" ] 
then
apt-get clean
  dialog --title "apt-get clean completed" \
         --msgbox "Have a nice day! \n \
                   Log: /opt/install_2017.log \n \
                   apt-cache: empty \n\n \
                   The Marinux Distrib" 10 60
else
  dialog --title "apt-cache don't cleaning" \
         --msgbox "Have a nice day! \n \
                   Log: /opt/install_2017.log \n \
                   apt-cache: `du -sh /var/cache/apt/archives/ | awk 'BEGIN {FS=" "}{print $1}'` \n\n \
                   The Marinux Distrib" 10 60

fi
rm -f /tmpmarinuxaptget.temp

exit 0
I will suggested running this script for the first boot, but the code need the dialog:
apt-get install dialog
---and running.

Little bug:
if a program is'nt in rhe officional repo, then stopping the script, don't running the apt..
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Old 15-06-2017, 05:52   #17
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Re: Xinutop-nav, dedicated marine OS for x86

Bonjour bzs,

Thanks for your interest and your suggestion.
The goal of Xinutop is to offer a nautical base system and only a nautical base system, leaving total freedom for user to install as it want, according to the necessity, hardware requirements, depends, size, etc...
So your suggestion of a bundle of package is at the opposite side of Xinutop concept !

But I am not against, addons, plugins, derivatives. You can put your addon on a webserver and if it stable, I put a link to it on marinux website.

Other: I would close this thread and continue with V2.1 Xinutop-nav-x86, marine OS, version 2.1

Other: I would make a small gallery of Xinutop running on differents hardware, could you send photos with devices references ?
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From Fiete:
Bonjour Frank,

your Xinutop is very good.

In your latest version I found a bug.
The resolution of the dispay is always 800x600, one cannot change it.

The height of all images on the screen is too small.
So circles on seacharts appear as ellipses.

Greetings


I presume that the version is 2.3 (august 18)
With so few elements I can't do nothing for you.
Do you use the "real" or the VirtualBox version ?
If real version, what is the video chipset ?
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Old 23-09-2018, 10:22   #19
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Re: Xinutop-nav, dedicated marine OS for x86

Hi Frank ,
the version I installed is:


xinutop-nav-x86-2.3.img


Installed on Win 10


Chipset:
AMD Radeon(TM) R2 Graphics


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Old 23-09-2018, 14:28   #20
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Hi Frank,
I forgot to mention that changing the resolution of the display works with your older
xinutop-16-01c.img
with the same laptop.
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Old 23-09-2018, 14:34   #21
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Bonsoir Fiete,

Xinutop above Win 10, very strange, I presume some error...

800x600 only:
It's possible that the open-source driver Ati/Radeon don't work correctly.
Try the non-free driver as this:

# apt-get update
# apt-get install firmware-amd-graphics

If OK, this driver will be integrated in the next version.
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Re: Xinutop-nav, dedicated marine OS for x86

Bonsoir Frank,
At the moment I'm in Europe.
I couldn't get to the Internet with the debian Xinutop and my new PC.
The internal wifi was turned of and I was not able to turn it on.
Intel AC 3168. My Linux is not so good.


I put the same USB-Stick into a laptop from 2009. There I could change the resolution of the display.
But also there, I was not able to activate the internal wifi-card. This PC had a lamp, where one could see the status of the wifi-card.
Broadcom b/g adapter.

On Windows the change of the status worked, when I pressed the wifi-button.


On my boat the wifi is over ethernet. I will try if it works there when I'm back in November.


Greetings from Hamburg
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Bonjour Frank,


I found 2 driver packages:
1) firmware-amd-graphics_20161130-3_all.deb
2) firmware-amd-graphics_20161130-3~bpo8+1_all.deb


But "dpkg -i firmware etc." is not working. Package not found.
But I don't know where to store the firmware file.
And I don't know if "dpkg -i" would work, if the firmware package is at the correct place.



Where is this: ~$
or that: ~#


"iw dev" and

"ip link set dev wlan0 up" or

"rfkill unblock all" also don't work.


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Old 09-10-2018, 18:37   #24
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Re: Xinutop-nav, dedicated marine OS for x86

Run the command from the same directory where you have the files.
Use sudo


Code:
sudo dpkg -i firmware-amd-graphics_20161130-3_all.deb

Code:
sudo dpkg -i firmware-amd-graphics_20161130-3~bpo8+1_all.deb

/Petter


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Bonjour Frank,


I found 2 driver packages:
1) firmware-amd-graphics_20161130-3_all.deb
2) firmware-amd-graphics_20161130-3~bpo8+1_all.deb


But "dpkg -i firmware etc." is not working. Package not found.
But I don't know where to store the firmware file.
And I don't know if "dpkg -i" would work, if the firmware package is at the correct place.



Where is this: ~$
or that: ~#


"iw dev" and

"ip link set dev wlan0 up" or

"rfkill unblock all" also don't work.


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Bonjour Frank


I stored the package in home\marinux and got it loaded with the terminal:

sudo dpkg -i firmware-amd-graphics_20161130-3_all.deb
But the display is still only 800x600.
I also tried the other package
sudo dpkg -i firmware-amd-graphics_20161130-3~bpo8+1_all.deb,
which was in Xinutop before, I think.

Back on board, I will try to update the driver via Internet.
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Thank you for your help Petter
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> Bonsoir Frank,
> At the moment I'm in Europe.
> I couldn't get to the Internet with the debian Xinutop and my new PC.
> The internal wifi was turned of and I was not able to turn it on.
> Intel AC 3168. My Linux is not so good.
>
>
> I put the same USB-Stick into a laptop from 2009. There I could change the resolution of the display.
> But also there, I was not able to activate the internal wifi-card. This PC had a lamp, where one could see the status of the wifi-card.
> Broadcom b/g adapter.
>
> On Windows the change of the status worked, when I pressed the wifi-button.
>
>
> On my boat the wifi is over ethernet. I will try if it works there when I'm back in November.
>
>
> Greetings from Hamburg


Fiete,

Not all non-free wifi drivers are installed in Xinutop.
Connect your PC by wired or USB wifi compatible
Verify that you have the non-free repositories in your sources.list

# apt-get update
# apt-get install firmware-brcm80211.

If persistent troubles make
# apt-cache search broadcom

to see all drivers broadcom alvailable

Enjoy ??
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> Bonjour Frank,
> Tout d'abord félicitations pour ce super travail !Xinutop sur clé USB fonctionne très bien et de façon très fluide. Je n'ai pas encore essayé sur mon bateau qui est à plusieurs centaines de km mais je le rejoins dans 3 jours :-)
> J'ai donc installé un petit lubuntu sur un pc durci qui m'a été vendu avec le bateau à côté du w7 d'origine.J'ai créé un partition de 80 Go à* côté et j'ai suivi ta procédure. Deux petites fautes de frappe dans ta procédure : # cp -d $SOURCE/inird.img $TARGET/initrd.img*Il manque le 't' du premier initrd.imgLe dernier rsync tu as écrit datas au lieu de data.
> J'ai ensuite tapé update-grub, la Debian Jessie a été correctement détectée et lors du boot suivant j'ai pu lancer Xinutop.
> Mais... après l'auto login je tombe sur un écran gris. Alt-ctrl-F1 et je vois défiler le message "Invalid MIT-MAGIC-COOKIE-1 key"
> En supprimant l'auto login et l'autostart X dans le .profile je peux me loger sur le terminal. Mais je peux pas faire grand chose comme tu as protégé le fs en lecture seule xauth même en sudo ne peux pas écrire dans .Xauthority.**
> Comment pourrais-je faire pour régénérer un MIT-MAGIC-COOKIE pour le display :0 ?
> Voilà où j'en suis... Je préférerais utiliser Xinutop sur le DD, une clé USB accrochée c'est quand même un peu fragile. En plus mes 2 ports USB me sont utile pour me connecter au NMEA et à un capteur.
> Si tu as un conseil à me donner je suis preneur.
> Merci d'avance,Marc
>
> Envoyé de mon Galaxy A5 2017 Orange


Bonjour Laurent,

Merci des encouragements.

Je vois avec plaisir que ma doc est lue avec attention ! les coquilles seront corrigées.

Je vois trois possibles problèmes, en présumant qu'il s'agit d'une "conventional install" et non d'un simple dd sur le disque dur:

- fichiers corrompus lors de la décompression/rsync: recommencer la procédure.
- erreur dans le la ligne de commande du boot "root=" qui doit désigner la partition par /dev/sdXX ou mieux par son UUID.
- rsync -r -p -o -g -l $SOURCE/datas/home $TARGET/ posant problème: récupérer et copier un home de base dans /boot/.configs/skel avec le propriétaire qui va bien (chown -R marinux:marinux /<mountpoint>/home/
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> Bonjour
> Je suis un utilisareur de navigatrix. Vous connaissez certainement.
> Le problème de navigatrix est sa vétusté/non compatibilité avec sytemes X
> 64 uefi...
> En revanche c'est un logiciel extrêmement complet qui contient des outils
> pour blu/sat com/un outil qui adapte la luminositéet la temperature de
> couleur (+/-rouge) de l'ecran en fonction de l'heure gps/ mise a jour de
> l'heure du systeme en fonctiion de l'heure gps....le logo de demarage qui
> represente la phase de lune actualisé journalièrement... marée etc
> Open source donc eventuellement une source d'inspiration pour vous. Si vous
> voulez la dernière version beta je peux certainement vous la passer.
> Par ailleurs un autre outil que j'affectionne particulièrement
> (malheureusement sous windows) est "nav mon pc" qui offre des possibilités
> de répétiteur d'instrument et d'alarmes et creation de port virtuels.
> Un autre add on qui serait certainement util pour les navigateurs au
> mouillage serait un outil qui permette de contourner les limitations des
> operateurs gsm / hotspot.
> Bravo pour votre travail et bonne continuation.
>
> Cordialement




- Navigatrix VS Xinutop: les philosophies sont opposées. Navigatrix fournit un ensemble de -presque- tout ce qui peut exister en matière de navigation sous Linux et Wine, Xinutop fournit un outil de base, simple, léger et rapide, ou chacun peut ajouter ce que bon lui semble. Cependant, les addons cités sont intéressants et je vais étudier leur intégration (ou leur disposition sous forme de modules) dans Xinutop.

- Vétusté: créer un OS spécialisé est une entreprise passionnante. Le faire vivre et le faire évoluer est moins drôle, raison pour laquelle une grande partie de ces OS restent outdated, à plus forte raison lorsqu'ils sont complexes.

- NavMonPC: voyez PolarView qui vous founit une gestion avancée des E/S NMEA et l'affichage de -spendides- et configurables cadrans.

- X86_64: L'argument avancé pour passer de 32 a 64 bits est la gestion mémoire au delà de 4Go. Xinutop occupe 0.1Go au démarrage et je n'ai jamais occupé une telle quantité mémoire, même avec des grosses cartes raster ouvertes. Quand à la rapidité d'exécution des applications, je ne l'ai pas constatée sur les essais effectués. Par contre j'ai constaté le manque de compatibilité rédhibitoire avec certains programmes 32 bits comme PolarView. Je ne parlerai pas de la complication des procédures de démarrage en UEFI, Grub PC étant devenu un OS à lui tout seul. Je reste fidèle à la simplicité de Grub 0.97 et à Syslinux et variations. Je n'ai rien contre l'évolution, sauf quand elle comporte plus de complications que de progrès. A vrai dire mes tests en 64 bits étant si peu convaincants et les processeurs ARM étant à un stade de puissance tout à fait convenable pour la navigation pour une consommation minimale, je pense m'orienter dans cette voie dans le futur.

- un outil qui permette de contourner les limitations des operateurs gsm / hotspot: L'opération me semble indépendante de Linux et doit se faire sur le mobile/modem 3G, à moins que je comprenne mal la question et il me faudrait un exemple.
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From Skipperearly

just downloaded latest Xinutop from website and prepared bootable usb drive.
Booting on my NB ok but somehow I cannot get the wireless network going.
kb layout is also not adjustable to match physical layout.

Help file is rather cryptic to me on this subject - any advise how to proceed now.


Hello

There is 2 ways for locales:
- At boot, choice "Others languages"
- After boot in /parameters/parameters_management/keyboard/disposition... add

Wifi:
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