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Old 05-01-2024, 00:36   #31
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Re: New Raspberry Pi 5 and OpenCPN

Did you guys try the PCIe nvme adapter yet? I bought the pineberry one with PCIe 3 support. USB 3 was fast, but now my pi boots faster than my windows laptop :-)
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Old 13-01-2024, 04:02   #32
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Re: New Raspberry Pi 5 and OpenCPN

Now after some use of the RPI5. Now running cool in an Argon Neo 5 case.

Fedora 39 does not run.

Ubuntu Mantic works without any problems.

RaspiOS64 (based on Bookworm) runs well. With two remarks:
Right piano bar appears correct on the first screen of OpenCPN. But after touching the screen with mouse. The piano bar flips off the screen to another location but still works.

To open the serial port for user bram: sudo usermod -a -G dialout bram. The GPS serial mouse works.

But after restarting the system this setting is gone and must be repeated.

Using the OpenCPN in flatpak version. O-charts plugin works. SignalK server is running.
Software running from USB3 SSD or USB3,1 fast USB stick. No longer us of an SD card.

The RPI5 is running fast with very quick screen movement. Almost to fast !

All with the Wayland graphical server.

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Old 13-01-2024, 04:33   #33
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Re: New Raspberry Pi 5 and OpenCPN

Hi MrGod2U,
I have replaced the usb cable, and now it works well.
Thanks MrGod2U !
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Old 13-01-2024, 07:46   #34
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Re: New Raspberry Pi 5 and OpenCPN

Hi,

a little report of my install and two issues.

I started from a clean install of Bookworm and installed flatpak OpenCPN first. Works fine, but ultraslow when fed with (virtual) data. Data are replayed using canplayer playing an old candump-file I generated myself while on board.

After a while I figured how to install the newest Open-CPN-Installer, which I used to install SignalK and a "normal" OpenCPN.

So, I have a Pi5, where I can ran both, even in parallel. Both are version 5.8.4.

Issue1: FlatPak OpenCPN is ultraslow compared to normal OpenCPN, when kept busy with data. It could take 2-3 seconds until the toolbar shows (it is set to auto-hide), for instance.

Issue2: Normal OpenCPN does not install o-charts plugin. (Flatpak does).

In the log-file I find the following lines:

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14:37:59.074 MESSAGE OCPNPlatform.cpp:1084 Loading catalog for opencpn core.
14:37:59.074 MESSAGE OCPNPlatform.cpp:925 Getting DefaultSystemLocale...
14:38:17.746 MESSAGE update_mgr.cpp:222 Selected update: o-charts
14:38:17.750 MESSAGE pluginmanager.cpp:572 Installing o-charts
14:38:17.752 MESSAGE plugin_handler.cpp:1248 Installing o-charts-2.0.1.9_debian-wx32-arm64-11-arm64.tar.gz from local cache
14:38:17.782 MESSAGE plugin_loader.cpp:1143 Plugin is compatible by elf library scan: true
14:38:17.785 MESSAGE plugin_loader.cpp:246 PluginLoader: loading plugins from /home/pi/.local/lib/opencpn;/usr/lib/opencpn
14:38:17.786 MESSAGE plugin_loader.cpp:162 Using LD_LIBRARY_PATH: /home/pi/.local/lib/opencpn:/usr/lib/opencpn:/home/pi/.local/lib/opencpn:/usr/lib/opencpn:/home/pi/.local/lib/opencpn:/usr/lib/opencpn
14:38:17.786 MESSAGE plugin_loader.cpp:194 Using PATH: /home/pi/.local/bin:/usr/bin:/home/pi/.local/bin:/usr/bin:/home/pi/.local/bin:/usr/bin:/home/pi/.local/bin:/usr/local/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin:/sbin:/bin:/usr/local/games:/usr/games
14:38:17.786 MESSAGE plugin_loader.cpp:251 Loading plugins from dir: /home/pi/.local/lib/opencpn
14:38:17.786 MESSAGE plugin_loader.cpp:444 PluginLoader searching for PlugIns in location /home/pi/.local/lib/opencpn
14:38:17.786 MESSAGE plugin_loader.cpp:482 Found 1 candidates
14:38:17.787 MESSAGE plugin_loader.cpp:271 Checking plugin candidate: /home/pi/.local/lib/opencpn/libo-charts_pi.so
14:38:17.787 MESSAGE plugin_loader.cpp:336 Checking plugin compatibility: /home/pi/.local/lib/opencpn/libo-charts_pi.so
14:38:17.787 MESSAGE plugin_loader.cpp:1143 Plugin is compatible by elf library scan: true
14:38:17.787 MESSAGE plugin_loader.cpp:1206 PluginLoader: Loading PlugIn: /home/pi/.local/lib/opencpn/libo-charts_pi.so
14:38:17.788   ERROR dlunix.cpp:120 Failed to load shared library '/home/pi/.local/lib/opencpn/libo-charts_pi.so': libGLEW.so.2.1: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
14:38:17.788 MESSAGE plugin_loader.cpp:1251 Ignoring blacklisted plugin libo-charts_pi
14:38:17.788 MESSAGE plugin_loader.cpp:1261    PluginLoader: Cannot load library: /home/pi/.local/lib/opencpn/libo-charts_pi.so
14:38:17.788 MESSAGE plugin_loader.cpp:251 Loading plugins from dir: /usr/lib/opencpn
14:38:17.788 MESSAGE plugin_loader.cpp:444 PluginLoader searching for PlugIns in location /usr/lib/opencpn
14:38:17.788 MESSAGE plugin_loader.cpp:482 Found 4 candidates
14:38:17.788 MESSAGE plugin_loader.cpp:271 Checking plugin candidate: /usr/lib/opencpn/libdashboard_pi.so
14:38:17.788 MESSAGE plugin_loader.cpp:271 Checking plugin candidate: /usr/lib/opencpn/libwmm_pi.so
14:38:17.788 MESSAGE plugin_loader.cpp:271 Checking plugin candidate: /usr/lib/opencpn/libchartdldr_pi.so
14:38:17.788 MESSAGE plugin_loader.cpp:271 Checking plugin candidate: /usr/lib/opencpn/libgrib_pi.so
It does not find a shared library called libGLEW.so.2.1, which seems to belong to OpenGL. The current (and I believe the only) version of LibGLEW for bookworm is libGLEW.so.2.2. Maybe, the o-charts plugin has to load the newest
version of libGLEW?

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Old 13-01-2024, 08:48   #35
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Re: New Raspberry Pi 5 and OpenCPN

You are loading a Bullseye (Debian 11) plugin package which is obviously built against different versions of libraries and can't ever work on Bookworm.
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Re: New Raspberry Pi 5 and OpenCPN

So, let's rephrase my question: is there a o-charts plugin version (possibly in beta), which is compatible with bookworm?

And just out of curiosity: how could I install this plugin not compatible with bookworm in flatpak, running on the same OS?
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Old 13-01-2024, 08:58   #37
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Re: New Raspberry Pi 5 and OpenCPN

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So, let's rephrase my question: is there a o-charts plugin version (possibly in beta), which is compatible with bookworm?
As far as I can tell the o-chart plugin is normally available for Bookworm using the plugin manager.
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And just out of curiosity: how could I install this plugin not compatible with bookworm in flatpak, running on the same OS?
Normally using the plugin manager, that is what flatpak is all about, it removes the endless number of combinations of everything in "normal" linux environments because the dependencies are part of the package itself.
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Old 13-01-2024, 10:21   #38
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Re: New Raspberry Pi 5 and OpenCPN

I used the PlugIn Manager to install the o-Charts Plugin. In both cases version 2.0.1.9 has been installed, obviously two different flavours. Which is not the recent, since cloudsmith shows version 2.0.1.10.

I did update the Master catalog, still the newest version is not visible. Why?

In Flatpak 2.0.1.9 it is working, within a normal app it is not.
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Old 13-01-2024, 10:41   #39
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Re: New Raspberry Pi 5 and OpenCPN

2.0.1.9 is the latest released version and works just fine on aarch64 Bookworm running on a Raspberry Pi with opencpn 5.8.4 package installed from the normal Debian repositories. As you can see on the attached screenshot.

If you want to find out what is wrong with your system, please provide at least the same log as you initially did, but using the correct version of the plugin.
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Re: New Raspberry Pi 5 and OpenCPN

Also, please show the version of O/S running. Sure this is bookworm?

OCPN should not offer to install a plugin built for Debian/11 on a Debian/12(bookworm) system. If it does, then this is indeed a bug in O584.


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Dave,

it is Bookworm on a Pi5:

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@Nohal:

the above part of the logfile is the most recent try to install the o-charts plugin.

Could it be an issue of the PI-Manager?

the flavour is set to ubuntu-wx32-arm64.22.04

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Re: New Raspberry Pi 5 and OpenCPN

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Dave,

it is Bookworm on a Pi5:

Attachment 285260

@Nohal:

the above part of the logfile is the most recent try to install the o-charts plugin.

Could it be an issue of the PI-Manager?

the flavour is set to ubuntu-wx32-arm64.22.04

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ubuntu-wx32-arm64.22.04 is of course wrong for Debian Bookworm, the correct (and automatically selected by OpenCPN for me) value is debian-arm64:12
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Re: New Raspberry Pi 5 and OpenCPN

Also looking at the version of OpenCPN, where did you install it from? It also seems to be something targeting Bullseye/Ubuntu 22.04 and I'm pretty surprised that it even runs on Bookworm at all.
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Re: New Raspberry Pi 5 and OpenCPN

Hmmm...
Could be using the default OCPN install .deb (or repo) baked into OpenPlotter.
I guess the OpenPlotter image for Bookworm needs a tweak to use debian/12 backport or so.


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Re: New Raspberry Pi 5 and OpenCPN

Yes, it seems that somehow OpenPlotter allows the user to end up having https://launchpad.net/~opencpn/+arch...-archive-extra installed on Bookworm.

I can probably imagine that reason to use this package (if it actually is the package) was the lack of plugins available for the actual Bookworm at the moment, but the only solution to that is to get rid of it and use the actual https://packages.debian.org/bookworm-backports/opencpn
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