It will do as soon as the Astroberry repositories have been updated with the new version....it’s normally a week or so after the actual release, probably to give time for bugs to be sorted...
Stellarmate OS on Raspberry pi4b
Skywatcher EQ8 pro, on steel pier
Takahashi FSQ85, FS60cb & Meade 8” SCT (de-forked)
Starlight Xpress SXVR H18, SXVR M25c, Lodestar x2 Guide Camera
Pegasus Ultimate Hub V2 for all USB & Power
Pegasus focus motors on all scopes
I seem to have to fix my RS232 ports often after updates. At the present, I think I have a truce working between three parties, the OS, hardware, and INDI. Raspbian OS updates came with 3.4.3. Udevadm rules seem to be the issue.
Use: lsusb -v. The results are used to build a rule. Reload rules and then Trigger are enabled. Using monitor never shows the rule to be found. Every udevadm site shows udevadm finding the match with simple identification. Mine is simple also. Yet, lsusb shows more data ID_Vendor and ID_Product than just hex values.
I think I see a disconnect between Use: lsusb -v -d Vendor:Product and Use: sudo udevadm test -a add $(udevadm info -q path /dev/ttyACM0)
lsusb-ID_Vendor <> udevadm-ID_MODEL_ID
The content is the same. To me, this suggests that udevadm has changed its presentation criteria. The old method is LSUSB data. The new method is UDEVADM. I did not read that in the update notes of the next release.
Well - the update/upgrade definitely ‘changed’ something that messed up my USB configuration. However I have been a bit more rigorous by adding devices one at a time and it seems to be the Pegasus Astro PPB which triggers the issue. However if I connect it directly to one of the RPi4 USB2.0 ports, instead of to the TLink powered USB3.0 hub, all seems to be well. If I recall well, at least one of us has had a similar issue with a Pegasus Astro box interfering with WiFi.
Currently running KStars/Ekos/Indi on two Raspberry Pi 4Bs 4GByte under Raspberry Pi OS thanks to Astroberry
Two mounts, two Fracs, a Newt and a Mak and a couple of OSC cameras.
I pretty much do "sudo apt update" and "sudo apt upgrade" daily on my Raspberry Pi (with Astroberry) hoping to update KStars to the latest version. Like you, no luck. I really want to see/try the new features.
Could you explain me the steps to update it the way you did? I don't know anything about Linux, so don't take anything for granted, please! A step by step guide, with all the commands needed, would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!
Well here goes these are the steps that worked for me. Hope this helps but I have to say that you follow them at your own risk.
I am certainly no Linux expert and I am using a RPi4 running the latest version of RPi OS.
All the commands following are typed in a terminal window after the $ prompt. I have shown them in large font
The first thing is to make sure you have all the prerequisites and dependencies.
So open Terminal and type the following command, probably easiest to copy and paste it using the right mouse button. This is all one line it is just wrapping in the viewer.