calberts wrote: Hoi other question where can i get the web manager app
calberts wrote: oke i will check thanks
also any clau about the downloading canon images via de RP3B wifi as AP configured is quicker that via my Wifi dongel?
rlancaste wrote: I agree that it takes a good amount of time for some distributions. That is the value of the PPA on ubuntu. Most unix distros have package managers with prebuilt software that can just be installed. But the versions of INDI and KStars in many of the official repositories are way out of date. Some, like Fedora, Arch, and Manjaro are more up to date, but for Debian or Raspbian, it must be built from source. The progress is just too rapid for their slower package release schedule. Jasem has also been working on some snap packages so the latest version can be installed much easier, but ran into some issues. So for now, yes, it must be built if you want to use Raspbian.
You don't need to do a git clone every time. You can do a git pull from within the folder and that does the same thing. But if you click my software update icon, it automatically updates the scripts. Unfortunately right now, I haven't yet edited the software update icon to rebuild the astronomy software. So if you want to update kstars or indi, just run the setupAstroRaspbianPi script again. I am planning to make a graphical rebuild icon with script, but I haven't done so yet.
rlancaste wrote: before I would click the software update icon, I would recommend at least backing up your changes. Then you could maybe try the merge feature.