Jay are you running my build-soft-latest or stable? From that error message it seems like you run latest which can break from time to time.
As Jerry pointed out compiling on 4GB Pi with 64bit system need to lower number of jobs. So edit scripts and change line "
JOBS=$(grep -c ^processor /proc/cpuinfo)" to
"JOBS=2". 8GB Pi should be fine.
Richard: did you right clicked on script name and selected save target as? Because you obviously saved HTML webpage that show script and not script itself. But it seems like you figured it out in the end.
I tried both, as well as running on an 8GB RPI4.. Also running the GIT and downloaded (based on RIchard's experience).. Running STABLE gave a similar compile error, but for a different line as I recall. I can delete and retry, but I think the STABLE will fail as well if it's calling for the same location in the line I commented out (81)...
Did you happen to look over this newer thread? kstars build issue with updated stellarsolver
Which and where in the scripts is the JOBS operand if you can.. There are a lot of scripts!!
Up and running and PHD2 installed on top! Now, hope it just stays stable for a bit!!! . Anyone know if there's a build that includes Pegasus Astro Power Box (or is it included??). Thank you everyone!!!
Thanks.. This brings up another question or aspect... Is there a standalone INDI Server Control Panel application to see all of the connections, etc..? I know there is something built into Ekos, but I'm looking for something more akin to one that's available for INDIGO Server application from Cloudmakers (software for the Mac)...
i have successfullyy compiled the Indi librairies, stellarSolver and Kstars using the bash scripts from Nou, thanks to him. I only faced an issue for the "Celestron" indi 3rd party driver the first time i tried, there were some missing dependencies in the script.
So the 3 drivers Eqmod, Gphoto and QHYCCD work very well for me up to now, with Kstars/Ekos even if i have not yet tested it in the field.
i have 2 points
I can't find the GSC source (for plate solving using Simulators), i'd like to compile it.
Do you know how to configure the raspberry to create automatically an Wifi Hotspot and start a VNC server, as Astroberry and Stellarmate do ?
SW 150/750P (Newtownien) - SW ED72/420 on HEQ5 pro using EqMod
ASI071 pro - CC Baader MPCC III (for newtownien)
Guiding with 60mm refractor and QHY5 II mono
Kstars/Ekos on LENOVO Thinkcenter M71 - Linux Mint 21 & Stellarrmate Pi4 8GB
2 I have built a full suite around RaspberryPi64 running KDE desktop. The built-in Network Manager allows me to create a hotspot automatically if the internet connection fails, and also to use Dolphin file manager to transfer files via GUI between the Pi and my Mac (or Linux or Windows box), on which I am using RealVNC viewer to log on to whichever of Internet or Hotspot is available. I can also leave the files on the Pi,( which is in an ArgonOne SSD enclosure which has integrated fan and a very good wifi performance without an external aerial) for transfer via Network cable or USB3 cable later.
I find this very flexible. On the Pi I am running either KStars or CCDCiel, with IndiStarter. When using CCDCiel I also use EQMODGUI (on above SourceForge link). I aso have CdC, HNSky, ASTAP, PHD2, Entangle (DSLR control), and Timeshift.
Now I need some decent skies!
If there is any interest I can describe this setupt better at length, but will be away on holiday for a while.
Thanks for the fast reply ; I prbly misunderstood - this is what happened
pi@Richard-RPi:~ $ git clone gitea.nouspiro.space/nou/astro-soft-build.git
Cloning into 'astro-soft-build'...
remote: Enumerating objects: 47, done.
remote: Counting objects: 100% (47/47), done.
remote: Compressing objects: 100% (47/47), done.
remote: Total 47 (delta 26), reused 0 (delta 0)
Receiving objects: 100% (47/47), 6.64 KiB | 1.33 MiB/s, done.
Resolving deltas: 100% (26/26), done.
pi@Richard-RPi:~ $ ls
astro-soft-build 'Build single Indi drivers' Downloads phd2 Public USB
astro-soft-stable Desktop Light PHD2 SSD Videos
'Build Indi drivers' Documents Music Pictures Templates
pi@Richard-RPi:~ $ cd astro-soft-build
pi@Richard-RPi:~/astro-soft-build $ ls
build-soft-latest.sh build-soft-stable.sh install-dependencies.sh README
pi@Richard-RPi:~/astro-soft-build $ git pull origin
hint: Pulling without specifying how to reconcile divergent branches is
hint: discouraged. You can squelch this message by running one of the following
hint: commands sometime before your next pull:
hint: git config pull.rebase false # merge (the default strategy)
hint: git config pull.rebase true # rebase
hint: git config pull.ff only # fast-forward only
hint: You can replace "git config" with "git config --global" to set a default
hint: preference for all repositories. You can also pass --rebase, --no-rebase,
hint: or --ff-only on the command line to override the configured default per
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