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INDI Library v1.9.3 Released (11 Nov 2021)

Bimonthly Stable INDI Library release introduces new drivers and fixes for existing ones. Some highlights:

I can't upgrade AB203 ¿GPSD?

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Hi, I'm a new user of Astroberry, also a newbie in linux and a newbie in debian.

I have wrote the last image of Astroberry Server (2.0.3) to one microsd card and put it on my RPI 4 and I have one problem when upgrading the distro, I think the problem is the gpsd packet but have no idea about how to fix this, any help is welcomed.

Here are the errors I obtain after doing a (sudo apt update && sudo apt upgrade && sudo apt dist-upgrade) :
 

For a newbie like me the problem seems to be in the gpsd packet, I imagine this is a dedicated driver for telescopes with GPS module, is not my case, I have an Exos II Go-To from Bresser.

Can you help me with this problem? I think yesterday I reboot after upgrade the distro and the distro dont boot never more.

Thanks in advance and sorry about my english (I'm from Spain and is not my native language).
3 months 2 weeks ago #74397

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Like @Gerado, I've just made a fresh SD card image of Astroberry 2.0.3 and run the 'sudo apt update' followed by 'sudo apt full-upgrade'. GPSD doesn't get installed and then a series of other functions don't work. I tried a second run of the two commands and this is the screenshot of the resulting text dialogue: It seems from @Gerado's post that this problem has been around for six days or so.
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Replied by Steve on topic I can't upgrade AB203 ¿GPSD?

Following this as I have the same issue. I've downloaded 2.0.2 to test out
2 months 2 weeks ago #75291

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Take a look at this or just run these:
<code>sudo systemctl stop gpsd.service
sudo systemctl stop gpsd.socket
sudo dpkg --configure -a
sudo systemctl restart gpsd.service
sudo systemctl restart gpsd.socket</code>
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