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INDI Library v2.0.6 is Released (02 Feb 2024)

Bi-monthly release with minor bug fixes and improvements

Astroberry Server 2.0.1 is available now!

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Astroberry Server image minor update has been just released.

This version features:
- Updated Raspbian Buster system
- KStars 3.4.0
- Libindi 1.8.4
- virtualgps if you don't use hardware GPS
- phdlogview for viewing PHD2 logs
- indiwebmanagerapp application as an alternative to INDI Web Manager
- chrony for time synchronization with GPS
- gwenview for viewing FITS
- number of bugfixes and improvements

The new image of the system can be downloaded from www.astroberry.io/distro/
Reflashing of your SD card is not necessary but recommended for current users. If you do not reflash you can get new version with regular update & upgrade procedure.
4 years 3 weeks ago #48812

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Hi Radek,

I did the update via update & upgrade.
After that and a reboot, the start image shows still 2.0.0
Did you forget to change that or did something went wrong with the update ?

CS
Reiner
4 years 3 weeks ago #48852

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Hi Reiner
At first I forgot to change the version indeed, but it will change as soon as you run update & upgrade after flashing your SD card.
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With all due respect to Radek (thanks for the new version) - May I suggest people make a back up of your "live" card before updating - just in case there is a problem.

At least then if we ever get any clear skies (In UK at least) you wont miss them due to problems. :-)
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4 years 3 weeks ago #48860

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This is good point @stash! You should always make backup before major upgrade.
4 years 3 weeks ago #48864

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Will I miss out on any new features if I just Update/Upgrade and don't flash the new image?
RPi 4B (4gb) running Stellarmate OS
Skywatcher Quattro 250 with f4 coma corrector
Skywatcher Evostar 80ED with 0.85 reducer/flattener
Skywatcher AZ-EQ6,
ASI1600MM Pro with ZWO 8x1.25" EFW,
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4 years 3 weeks ago #48907

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Not really. This image release just spares some time for updating image that was 3 months old.
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Radek,
I performed the update/upgrade it shows at 2.0.1 yet the indi web manager app is not showing?
Btw I am using VNC to remote access the RPI4
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Andy
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INDI Web Manager GUI app is not added to main menu by default.
If you want to use it, first stop and disable INDI Web Manager web application (sudo systemctl stop indiwebmanager.service && sudo systemctl disable indiwebmanager.service), then run indiwebmanager from terminal emulator or add it to menu or create desktop launcher or create taskbar launcher.
The above is necessary because the GUI and web versions cannot be used in the same time.
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4 years 2 weeks ago #49292

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Back at it after a few weeks vacation. I did the update/upgrade thing about a month ago to Astroberry Server 2.0.0 with Kstars 3.4.0. I believe thru this process all my previous configurations settings were preserved thru the upgrade. If I choose to burn a new disk with Astroberry Server 2.0.1 is there a way to import ALL my previous configuration settings? Something as simple as copying the .config directory on the old system and pasting into the new system?

thanks,
Ron
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If you want to preserve KStars and INDI configuration copy /home/astroberry/.indi and /home/astroberry/.local/share/kstars directiories to the new installation.
If you want to preserve all user configurations copy entire /home/astroberry directory.
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I am wondering how Stellarmate OS differs from Astroberry Server. Specifically, I've been struggling as a Pi4-4GB owner with USB 3 and hotspot issues. Does Astroberry suffer the same issues with USB3 ports and hotspot lockups? Are there other meaningful differences in the OS's that I should be aware of? I'm trying to decide whether it matters having one config vs the other. Not trying to offend anyone....just trying to find an option that supports stable USB3 and wireless operations for Pi4-4GB. Secondary purpose is to learn what is actually different between these two OS variants so I can make a long term decision on which base to build. Thanks for comments.....
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