install Tiger Vnc
create a systemd service file example "
chmod u+x /etc/systemd/system/vncserver@.service
[Unit] Description=Start Tiger VNC server at startup After=syslog.target network.target [Service] Type=forking User=dom Group=dom WorkingDirectory=/home/dom PIDFile=/home/dom/.vnc/%H:%i.pid ExecStartPre=-/usr/bin/vncserver -kill :%i > /dev/null 2>&1 ExecStart=/usr/bin/vncserver -geometry 3440x1440 -localhost no :%i ExecStop=/usr/bin/vncserver -kill :%i [Install] WantedBy=multi-user.target
systemctl enable vncserver@.service
systemctl start vncserver@.service
You need to add the following to the bottom. ( taken from the example scripts ) you also need to exit the script in the right way to show that it completed successfully.
coordinates = open('/tmp/indi-status', 'w')
coordinates.write('0 0 0')
Anybody know a way to set a delay after the parking dust cap command is issued. Currently as soon as it starts the park sequence it also starts the dark capture, which is to quick.
It could be that isn't detecting that the dust cap hasn't actually completed ? , may be, not sure.
Thanks, I've rebuilt onto 18.04, and after finding ModemManger was a source of Evil, I have everything working great.
I'm using a PC , built from bits , using a AMD Tyzen 3 1200 Quad core ~3.1GHz,16GB RAM
ASI120MM, ASI183MM,EQMod, ASIEFW,ASIEAF,GPSD,Flipflat,Script Dome,USB_dew ( most connected via a powered USB 3 HUB),SkyWatcher EQ6-R.
I used to use a Pi but it couldn't handle my 2 ASI camera's , used to just cycle the exposure time. ( it might be time to get it another go)
I'm having a large amount of stability issues, and have decided to rebuild my system from scratch. ( app crashing and usb device issues)
What OS / Version should I pick to get the most stable solution for KStars / Ekos / Indi.
As the weather underground api has been discontinued , repoint to Dark Sky ?