OPENCPN ODROID C1

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OPENCPN ODROID C1

Unread post by freetime » Fri Jul 24, 2015 10:56 pm

My Odroid C1 is running with ubuntu 14.04 LTS v1.4.1. I have Opencpn (armf) and it's running very good but it's impossible to change the language (only english). I want a french version. Th sytem is perfect and i have no probleme to connect the C1 with my centrale B&G Zeus by wifi with a Gofree. AIS is ok. Someone can help me to find a solution for the French language. I have too a Raspberry PI2 with OPENCPN. It's perfect and there is a french version compiled by Agurney. I think the Odroid is better but in french it will be perfect...Thank you for you help and sorry for my bad english...

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Re: OPENCPN ODROID C1

Unread post by df5cl » Wed Jul 18, 2018 6:59 pm

Hi sailor,

How did you install openCPN on your C1?
Did you use Meveric's installer package or compiled it yourself on the C1?

I'm also interested in an Odroid version of openCPN and just started to see what's already available.
Can you switch the language of your Raspberry PI2 version between different languages with success?

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Re: OPENCPN ODROID C1

Unread post by df5cl » Fri Jul 20, 2018 5:00 pm

Based on your feedback, I also tried openCPN on one of my Odroids (XU-3) and I was blown away by it's great capabilities!

I have good news for you: If you install the version from Meveric with
apt-get install opencpn-odroid
you can find a language selection in the settings menu. So your desperately wanted French version already exists.

I do recall that 20 languages are supported by now.

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