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mgrouch 22-11-2021 17:41

BBN Marine Linux OS for Raspberry Pi long-term-support version 4 released
 
Forth stable long-term-support release of BBN Marine Linux OS for rpi4 is available for downloads.

SignalK, PyPilot, OpenCPN, AvNav all integrated, preconfigured in one package to get started quickly. Strong marine radio support. Integration with many sensors. Low power consuming hardware. Clean UI, touchscreen friendly for cockpit displays. Many add-ons. For coastal cruisers, live-aboard, and offshore sailors.

Completely free and open source.

Visit GitHub page for more details.

https://bareboat-necessities.github....reboat-os.html

Direct download link to the image for those who canít download it from cloudsmith due to its bandwidth restrictions.

https://archive.org/download/lysmari...s-armhf.img.xz

The restrictions should reset on Dec 2. So after Dec 2 you can download again from faster cloudsmith link.

Thanks

Thonglor 28-11-2021 00:14

Re: BBN Marine Linux OS for Raspberry Pi long-term-support version 4 released
 
Thank You for all the work that has gone into this.

Could you make some statements with regards to recommendend hardware, such as:
-Would it also run on a Raspberry Pi 3 B+?
-What's the optimal choice for RAM on a Raspberry Pi 4 B?

Thanks, Tibor

mgrouch 28-11-2021 10:36

Re: BBN Marine Linux OS for Raspberry Pi long-term-support version 4 released
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Thonglor (Post 3528003)
Thank You for all the work that has gone into this.



Could you make some statements with regards to recommendend hardware, such as:

-Would it also run on a Raspberry Pi 3 B+?

-What's the optimal choice for RAM on a Raspberry Pi 4 B?



Thanks, Tibor



Pi4, CM4, rpi400 and 4Gb recommended

I havenít tried pi3b+. It might work.
Graphics will be slower.

Thanks

skipperearly 28-11-2021 22:20

Re: BBN Marine Linux OS for Raspberry Pi long-term-support version 4 released
 
I tried with rpi3+ and found response time too sluggish to be useful

mgrouch 28-11-2021 23:37

Re: BBN Marine Linux OS for Raspberry Pi long-term-support version 4 released
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by skipperearly (Post 3528560)
I tried with rpi3+ and found response time too sluggish to be useful



You have been warned. You need rpi4


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