Great, much appreciated. This is a totally different way of accomplishing my goal. I started my country downloads. I will give it a shot today. As a minimum the number of steps compared to my earlier efforts is drastically less. Less to go wrong.
Well, success. with a trial. I combined Belgium and Luxembourg and it worked. Routing seems to work as well. My 8 GB and 2GB swap file was not enough, but increasing the swap file to 5GB seemed to have done the trick. I started with the Powershell for the various commands, but it behaves itself weird. Although I changed directory to where my files were located Powershell could not find the files without a complete file path. Instead I went to the old CMD standby and that worked better. I got all kinds of error codes with the bounds / sealatest files when creating the img files, but it did not seem to matter for the end result.
Yes, that was the problem. I changed the path in the cfg file, but did not notice the bounds and seas file name which needed fixing. Once that was fixed everything is now OK. I made the Netherlands to Portugal map with no problem. I took your procedure and added more info and details / links / files for my own use for the next time. I also made a batch file so I can do it all in one shot the next time. Once in a while the old DOS days come back into use.
This was soooo much easier then my previous (and failed) efforts.
Подскажите пожалуйста, почему нигде не указано что можно загружать IMG сразу на флешку или внутреннюю память устройства. У меня GPSMAP64S и гармин нуви 3490, в обоих устройствах делаю так и все работает. ПОЧЕМУ все тут делают загрузку через дополнительные программы гармина? Зачем эти танцы с бубном?
After http://garmin.openstreetmap.nl stopped working correctly I was looking a way to locally generate maps provided by them. I mean, there are other sources of OSM maps but somehow maps from http://garmin.openstreetmap.nl visually looked the best, especially openfiest and generic routable (new style). Original style looks awful on basecamp IMHO.
The TYP file is what determines the style. It tells the software that if it sees an object tagged as X, then make it look ‘this way’. Without a TYP file, the software would have to fall back on the default Garmin style to determine how an object should be displayed.