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I use StellarMate OS on a RPi for my current setup, which is connected to my home network and I access it via Real VNC. I'm currently setting up a second rig, which will also be using StellarMate OS on a RPi and connected to my home network. I want to have the ability to use both rigs at the same time. What is the procedure that will allow me to this?
Mounts: Sky-Watcher EQ6-R Pro, Meade LX85, Celestron NexStar Evolution Alt/Az
OTAs: Celestron 8" Edge HD w/Celestron Focus Motor, Meade 80mm APO Triplet Refractor w/ZWO EAF
Cameras: ASI533MC Pro, ASI183MC Pro, ASI224MC, ASI120MC-S, ZWO ASI290MM
Raspberry Pi 4 with Stellarmate OS, MacBook Pro
Ron, I do this with KStars/Ekos. I just treat the two systems as separate. I have two different remote desktop sessions. They don't know about each other.
In my case I use NoMachine, and after I connect to the first machine, the File menu has a "New Main Window" option to start the 2nd session.
I can confirm that NoMachine works very nicely for two independant instances of KStars/Ekos, controlling two mounts and telescopes, using ODroid C4. That will likely come in handy this winter as I can control everything from inside the house.
I think what I did, when I used VNC, is have my router reserve an ip address to the different machines, so I knew ahead of time which IP address was which, and then I told vnc to go the IP address. For NoMachine, it discovers the machines on the network, so that's a little easier.