Mayday Emergency Information Technology Host
1) All items as listed under Release 1 and Release 2.
This release supports:
1) Everything from Release 1 and Release 2
2) OpenCPN, whenever you are forced to travel over sea
3) Filezilla, in case you need to transfer files
4) Pinta for drawing
5) Qbittorrent for torrent transfer
6) Wireshark for Ethernet traffic snooping
7) Alarm Clock for waking you up
8) Calibre for electronic books
9) Okular for electronic books
10) Evince for electronic books
11) Gimp for drawing
12) Audacity for altering audio files
13) VLC for watching videos
14) Pidgin for chat
You can download the zipped image file from DOWNLOADS in the menu bar.
Execute the steps as executed for Release-1 and Release-2 or download it.
For this you can consult: https://opencpn.org/
sudo geany /etc/apt/sources.list
Add in the file:
deb http://ppa.launchpad.net/opencpn/opencpn/ubuntu/ xenial main
Save the file and execute:
sudo apt-get install opencpn
sudo apt-get install opencpn-plugin*
Configure the GPS:
Go to Options→ Connections→ Add Connection and select “Network” plus the GPSD radio button. Address should be “localhost” and DataPorts should be set to 2947.
If it does not work, put the GPS into NMEA mode with the following command
The GPS should work now.
Download the naval cards you need and put them on the USB memory stick under:
Under Options you can select this directory.
sudo apt-get install filezilla
sudo apt-get install pinta
sudo apt-get install qbittorrent
sudo apt-get install wireshark
sudo apt-get install alarm-clock-applet
sudo apt-get install calibre
sudo apt-get install okular
sudo apt-get install evince
sudo apt-get install gimp
sudo apt-get install Audacity
sudo apt-get install vlc
sudo apt-get install pidgin