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Raspberry PI4 4gb Raspbian crash

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Hi, Usually i use kstars from my computer with a usb cable, now i tried to run kstars directly remotely on the raspberry with raspbian OS.
Unfortunately it closes almost immediately to the alignment, if it manages to pass the alignment it closes after a few captured images.
But is it really possible to use Raspberry remotely? Or is it just me crashing all the time? ( I think it's time to switch to stellarmate )
I attach log.
In the next few days, weather permitting, I will do other tests.
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[ L47 ] Observatory Code, from the Minor Planet Center
Celestron C8 Fastar XLT USA (carbon tube) with wedge
9x50 finder scope (used as guide scope)
Meade DSI (used as guide cam)
Canon EOS 100D and a 650D Full mod
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Teseo,

Yes, it is possible but you have not provided any details on how you are controlling the Raspberry Pi.
I VNC into it wirelessly.
It is possibly the program for one of your devices that is the problem.

Paul
Losmandy G11 with Gemini 2 controller
QSI 583/683 monochrome camera with filter wheel
Starlight Xpress Lodestar X2 guide camera
Microtouch Focuser controlled using Arduino UNO emulating Feathertouch controller
Raspberry Pi 2GB with Raspberry Pi OS 32bit
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You're right, sorry, the problem occurs both connected via wifi and directly via a network cable (when I have fast asteroids to "capture" I need a fast transfer of the images to the pc and with the network cable it happens in less than a second) otherwise I use wifi, the pc acts as a hotspt and the raspberry connects. In any case via VNC.
I took a powered usb hub and a 5 meter usb cable and it works fine, so I will use this configuration for now.
Thanks bye.
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[ L47 ] Observatory Code, from the Minor Planet Center
Celestron C8 Fastar XLT USA (carbon tube) with wedge
9x50 finder scope (used as guide scope)
Meade DSI (used as guide cam)
Canon EOS 100D and a 650D Full mod
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From that log it seems like you are running out of memory. That is often issue with RPi.
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