bkinyon wrote: Radek, thank you, I performed the steps you outlined and will test it out as soon as possible. Step 3, I got an unrecognized command error when I tried the final line, did you mean for me to use "#add_path" in both instances? I did that after the error, hope that was ok. In case it isn't already obvious I'm a unix noob. Does #add_path make one directory automatically point to another? I see too that at least for now (I haven't launched Ekos yet) I have two copies of all the index files, ~640MB of data; once I confirm all is well can I delete the copies from their original directory in /usr/share/astrometry - will it let me..?
I was not precise in step #3 - add_path are lines in /etc/astrometry.cfg file - you should edit the file by running "sudo nano /etc/astrometry.cfg"
After opening the file add # to existing add_path line and add a new one with your new path. Write with ctrl+o and exit with ctrl+x. You're done
The solution is to change location of index files to your home folder e.g. ~/astrometry (/home/username/astrometry):
1. Create the folder
cd mkdir astrometry
cp /usr/share/astrometry/* ~/astrometry/
#add_path /usr/share/astrometry add_path /home/username/astrometry
interplanetary wrote: When I initially started using EKOS/INDI with the AstroBerry, my assumption was that all the configuration would be stored on it because its connected directly to the scope, but INDI appears to network well enough that I guess that doesn't matter.
Well , it does store all the configuration on the raspberry - in /home/astroberry/.indi (INDI drivers) and /home/astroberry/.local/share/kstars (KStars) but only if you connect to Astroberry as a remote desktop (over VNC or via web browser).
If you start KStars from your PC/Mac INDI drivers configuration is on raspberry (as above) but KStars configuration (and Ekos profile) is saven on your PC/Mac.
You can reconfigure as already discussed OR use Local Scaling option available in Settings menu in the sliding panel.
This option is available only when Astroberry is accessed with a web browser. It will rescale 1920x1080 to your screen resolution, whatever it is.
So it looks like 5GHz wifi on RPi 3B+ is real pain in the neck :-/
I think you're absolutely right. In this view it's not even an image of even horizon, but particles sliding on it.
There's quite nice explanation of the topic in this video.
Is even horizon part of a black hole? I think it is, as it is specific to this object, also as Schwarzschild's solution to Einstein's field equations.
wvreeven wrote: Also, the term black hole commonly refers to anything within the even horizon and not just the singularity.
AstroNerd wrote: Hi there,
I have been a SM user for a while, but would like to give AB a try, where are links to download image file..?
Thanks in advance
Here you are github.com/rkaczorek/astroberry-server
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