I am running WebODM very successfully on my Linux Mint 20 desktop machine processing my images of potato fields.
For portability I want to be able to do this on my powerful work laptop running windows.
I can’t change the configuration on the laptop so would a USB drive LiveODM be the easiest way of getting WebODM running?
Is it possible to run LiveODM using Linux Mint 20?
LiveODM would need to be rebuilt around Linux Mint 20, so I guess technically yes, but it isn’t designed for that currently.
You might have some luck installing a custom linux install to the flashdrive and using the native or docker version of WebODM within that, as well.
For instance, I made a custom “LiveODM” that way based off of Alpine Linux to use for a bit.
Thanks for the info.
What version of Linux is the LiveODM on the OpenDroneMap website designed to work with?
It is built around Ubuntu Linux 16.04 LTS. It is not a program you install, but rather an entire Linux live environment with OpenDroneMap programs included.
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