New installation is working better, thanks, certainly in the main elements that are easy to test indoors in foul weather!
I have had a better chance to look more carefully at some hiccups that have confused me in the past (in the dark).
I will post some issues I have identified under the appropriate headings.
Currently running KStars/Ekos/Indi on a Raspberry Pi 4B 2GByte under Raspbian thanks to Astroberry
Sky-Watcher ED80 Pro with 0.85x FR/Corrector with Canon DSLR on AZ-EQ5 GT mount
Other Sky-Watcher scopes - SkyMax 150 Pro Maksutov Cassegrain and Explorer 150p Newtonian
Had an error in the terminal that I saw that I wanted to make sure you knew about. Didn't seem to bother anything but hey, an error is an error.
Raspbian for pi4
~ Checking items that will require your input while running the script, so you don't get asked so many questions later. Note that some installations later (VNC, samba in particular) may still require your input later on, this is out of my control.
ls: cannot access '/etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/': No such file or directory
Thanks! That one is just fine though. That file shouldn't exist yet if this is a fresh raspbian system. The check for that particular folder will only be needed later if you run the script again and the file does exist.
Just curious and I know I could literally install this and look for myself .. but was curious if you happen to have ASTAP support installed and configured with this script? I don't see it in the notes.
Is that something you might be interested in adding if you haven't already?
I ran the Raspbian script on my new Pi4 and it worked fine. I can connect to all my devices and control them properly.
Only issue I detected is that the "Skywatcher Synscan Legacy" driver for my mount is not visible via INDI Web Manager and can't be connected remotely.
Local on the PI4 it is visible and working.
Thx for the great work - clear skies
That could have something to do with the fact that you might still be using KStars 3.3.6 on your client machine, I'm not sure. In a couple of days, you should have 3.3.7 and then maybe it will be fixed.
Thx, I checked your hint…
Even if I use the INDI Web Manager App on the PI4 and connect to the local drivers, the "Synscan Legacy" Driver is not listed - see attachment #1
If I use KStars 3.3.7 on the PI4, it is displayed - see attachment #2
I also checked some other mount drivers and I noticed some differences e.g. Celestron CGEM and AVX drivers not listed in WebManager, but in KStars!?
Why is there a mismatch between Web Manager and KStars app?