I agree I now have a working version of Kstars/Ekos (+Indi) which I don't change and another testing version which I can download the latest daily releases and compile from scratch. There is a thread on here about it using a script and it works perfectly.
It might be a while.
Astroberry is only updated infrequently.
Just ran the full script on my RPi4 running the latest Raspbian (PiOS). It worked perfectly.
The script is a great way of keeping up to date.
Just tried running your script on my RPi3b using the - all option, It took quite a few hours BUT everything went well until Part 7 the kstars compile. It failed because it could not find eigen3. After doing a manual apt-get install again for libeigen3-dev and doing only the kstars compile all went well.
Kstars worked and Ekos was there --- YIPPEE. __
Big thank you for sorting this.
I will now run it on my main system using a RPi4 with ssd.
KStars 3.5.3 is not available yet on Astroberry. It is promised soon?
There seems to be an issue with KStars 3.5.3 on RPi it does not include Ekos even if you compile from source.
A fix is still awaited.
Not sure if the question was for me. But my Raspberry Pi 4 is running Raspbian which I think is Debian Unix.
Running kstars 3.5.2 on my RPi4 with Raspbian Buster.
Tried upgrading to the latest version kstaars3.5.3 and compiled the source tarball. Compiled OK but there is no Ekos tab on the menubar. So had to resort back to 3.5.2.
Anyone got 3.5.3 working on RPi
I have been running kstars 3.5.2 quite happily on my RPi4 running Rasbian 10 (Buster)
I tried doing a fresh compile of the latest source tarball of 3.5.3 yesterday which compiles fine but then I realised that Ekos has completely disappeared from the menu bar. Then I came here and saw this thread.
Is there a fix available or should I go back to 3.5.2 ?
Where can I find the source for 3.5.2?