It happened to me recently, but didn't have time for debugging. Does it apply to PHD2 only?
This is great initiative! I love the idea and will be supporting it as much as I can.
General feeling is that front page must be light, much lighter than it is now and what it is in early preview. And I don't mean color only. It should be light, not heavy. The front page preview is full of heavy boxes. Let's not go this way.
And the new color palette should be revised or simplified. Simple, web compliant colors, flat graphics, responsive design.
Regarding the structure it must be clear and concise. Instead of Home, What is INDI, Research, Industry, Individuals, Support, Get INDI , I would go for (order matters):
About [What is INDI, Features, Blog]
Use [KStars & Ekos, Compatible software, Supported devices, ...]
Develop [INDI API, Source code, Manual & Tutorials, Vendor Guidelines, ...]
Research [Articles, Projects, ...]
Community [Forum, INDI Wiki, ...]
- Research / Articles & Research / Projects are in fact users' blogs tagged as article or project.
- For the sake of clarity we need to stop using terms like INDI clients etc.
All the best!
EXFAT has never been supported by either boor or root partitions. What's the point of using it?
Did you try newest version 2.0.2 - it was updated to support Raspberry Pi 4 8GB version.
I have identified the source of the problem for Astroberry 2.0.1 not booting on Raspberry Pi 4B 8GB. The primary problem is caused by zram swap (enabled by default) which throws kernel internal error 'oops 207'. The source of this problem is not known yet. As for now zram is disabled by default. If you know what you are doing, you can re-enable it by running
sudo systemctl enable zramswap.service
sudo systemctl disable zramswap.service
sudo apt update && sudo apt upgrade
elken2004 could be right. MAC addresses could saved in your network profiles. Go to network config icon in top bar and remove MAC addresses, leaving just wifi network interface name.
Another cause coud be wifi country/region.
EQMod driver is available in Astroberry. Same as all other INDI drivers. No need to install anything.
Reflash your SD card and start over.