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I've been running a Swift Piksi Multi as a fixed base at the farm and just recently setup SNIP as a ntrip caster on my windows desktop. Eventually I'll move to my headless Linux server.

I'm not sure why you'd need a GUI, just SSH into the pi or run a web based config. Most of the time it'll just sit there and do it's thing.

The GUI isn't really important, but it looked like a simple implementation of the rtklib to push a correction base up to rtk2go, I'm open to a simpler setup where I can just slap an M8T on a pi, fix a conf file, and start a daemon. Nothing is popping up in my searching like that.

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The GUI isn't really important, but it looked like a simple implementation of the rtklib to push a correction base up to rtk2go, I'm open to a simpler setup where I can just slap an M8T on a pi, fix a conf file, and start a daemon. Nothing is popping up in my searching like that.
Google snip ntrip Ubuntu install.
That might work on a Pi too.

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Hello,


All the pictures from the wiki (english version) are missing ?


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The GUI isn't really important, but it looked like a simple implementation of the rtklib to push a correction base up to rtk2go, I'm open to a simpler setup where I can just slap an M8T on a pi, fix a conf file, and start a daemon. Nothing is popping up in my searching like that.
Would you not be better M9p as base?
I have a couple of M8t's I had planned to use as a base and rover...but now thinking M9p as base and using M8t's as dual antenna rover!
That would then give me option to add more M9p with the advantage L1 & L2 reception gives.
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Would you not be better M9p as base?
I have a couple of M8t's I had planned to use as a base and rover...but now thinking M9p as base and using M8t's as dual antenna rover!
That would then give me option to add more M9p with the advantage L1 & L2 reception gives.

You mean the ZED-F9P? Yah, I looked at that, didn't care for the price comparatively. this base station will be sitting in one spot for the forseeable future, if it gets itself down to 20cm I'd be happy.
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Google snip ntrip Ubuntu install.
That might work on a Pi too.

I did find this one: https://github.com/nunojpg/ntripserver It seems fairly old but seems like it should work.


My understanding is that Snip is trial software in any case and is closed source, and the Lite version doesn't support V2 ntrip, though I'm not sure that's a deal breaker for these purposes anyway.

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You mean the ZED-F9P? Yah, I looked at that, didn't care for the price comparatively. this base station will be sitting in one spot for the forseeable future, if it gets itself down to 20cm I'd be happy.
Sorry yes F9P
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I did find this one: https://github.com/nunojpg/ntripserver It seems fairly old but seems like it should work.

My understanding is that Snip is trial software in any case and is closed source, and the Lite version doesn't support V2 ntrip, though I'm not sure that's a deal breaker for these purposes anyway.
It looks to me like this software is only a server, it connects a serial or network data stream from your base station receiver to the NTRIP Caster. You could use RTK2Go as your caster or again, the lite version of SNIP.
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It looks to me like this software is only a server, it connects a serial or network data stream from your base station receiver to the NTRIP Caster. You could use RTK2Go as your caster or again, the lite version of SNIP.

That was pretty much my thought, the server lets you set the caster address/port and the mount name.
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Lightbulb Tilt correction in the false direction / Downhill

Hello Brian, and the Ag open community.

After a few stakes with the Stanley metode I noticed the following:

On a straight Ground / Field, the whole thing works really nice .

But we have some very hilly fields.

Here Agopen needs the tilt correction. The problem is that the tilt correction (Sidehill draft Grain) steers in the wrong direction.
So downhill what the deviation then, of course, additionally increased.

The tilt in the working view is displayed correctly.
Only the steering correction for tilt compensation is going in the wrong direction.

I used the Dev. version downloaded 6.7.19, in the German community but reported that the error is also present in the new version.


Or is the problem already known and resolved?

I use an Arduino with Autosteerswitch Sketch via Usb and Ibt2 + Mma, Bno

Thanks for help


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