amendolajamie wrote: There absolutely is a way. Just ssh over to it using the X option and run kstars with it opening a window on your desktop. Like this
ssh -l astroberry -X 192.168.247.108
This requires that you are running Linux on your desktop though (or something with X11). It also means that you need to keep your desktop running and connected to the pi.
amendolajamie wrote: Here's a little more:
ssh -l pi -C -X 192.168.247.108
This adds the "-C" for compression which helps with some things. I also had to use the "pi" account for some reason, probably to do with all my mucking around.
ouioui01 wrote: Hello,
Did you try NoMachine ?