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Indi 1.5.0 compilation problem with Goqat

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I've tried Ubuntu Astronomy. Nice ! but most of capture programs doesn't recognize my DMK21 and the one I wanted since the beginning is GoQat .

Goqat is present in this distribution, but say :

"Error when loading shared libraries libindi.so.1: cannot open shared object file: no such file or directory"

Quite vexing isn't :-(

And I can't get this file cause I'm connected with a guest account, given the fact I don't know password of "astronom" user
Denis Decebal UDREA
5 years 2 weeks ago #19072

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Ok, so I took a look at it. In Makefile.am, after bin_PROGRAMS = GoQat, add this:
AM_CXXFLAGS = -std=gnu++11

Then in indiclient.cpp, go to the end of the file, replace function newMessage with this:
void INDIClient::newMessage (INDI::BaseDevice *dp, int messageID)
{
	/* Display a message from the indi server */
	indi_new_message (dp->messageQueue (messageID).c_str ());
}

I was missing few dependencies as well, so I ran this:
sudo apt-get install libudev-dev automake

Then simply run ./configure --prefix=/usr

then make and make install. I tested it with latest INDI and it works.
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Thanks,

I'll try that in a few day : I've a little travel now..
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5 years 2 weeks ago #19082

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I have been playing around with GoQat too and, just to confirm, compiled it with Jasem instructions and it worked fine.
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Default password is: 12341234
Run in Terminal:
sudo apt update
sudo apt upgrade
wget http://canburytech.net/GoQat/download/goqat-2.1.2.tar.gz
tar xzvf goqat-2.1.2.tar.gz
cd goqat-2.1.2
./configure
make
sudo make install
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I'm glad someone has sorted this out! I'm still struggling to install INDI 1.5.0 so that I could try to have a look at the problem...

So going slightly off-topic, I installed the latest libindi-bleeding for Fedora but I don't get a libindiclient library or a libindi.pc file so the 'configure' step and the compilation don't work. How do I fix this please?
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You need libindi-bleeding-devel and libindi-bleeding-static packages.
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Working now !
Denis Decebal UDREA
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