Thanks Saijin, I can understand your response, though I’m a little ‘hesitant’ to enter the world of ‘Snap Packages’ (at this stage…) and I’m not really in a position to assist with ‘funding’, so will take a look at other options, in the meantime.
I tried to figure out how to update packages and dependencies to get everything working nicely under Ubuntu 20.04LTS, but it was far too big a task for me and I gave up: https://github.com/Saijin-Naib/ODM_Scripts
Now that Piero and Steven have merged a major update and completed ODM 2.0 (ODM 2.0 released! See what's new) you might have better luck getting that running under 20.04LTS.
I think the docker images might be your best/easiest bet at the moment, under 20.04LTS.
Tom, you’ve won my “THANKYOUTHANKYOUTHANKYOU ♂” award for today.
That took us from 3% funded to 5% funded, just with your help alone.
Have you looked into the docker images? I’ve only played with them a little bit, but they’re also just updating to the newer ODM 2.0 release as of just a bit earlier today, so if you checked them out yesterday, today’s another day to do it again
Sorry went ‘off-Topic’, but after discussing with Saijin, tried fresh attempts on Mint20 (lmde) and Manjaro20 using their package-managers to install Docker and Docker-compose…no luck I’m afraid;
This is Mint20 result, hope it helps. Will have a try with the basic Linuxmint20 installation next.
[email protected]:~/WebODM$ ./webodm.sh start
Checking for docker… OK
Checking for git… OK
Checking for docker-compose… OK
Using the following environment:
Media directory: appmedia
SSL insecure port redirect: 80
Celery Broker: redis://broker
Default Nodes: 1
Make sure to issue a ./webodm.sh down if you decide to change the environment.