You cannot run make directly, cmake is required first.

Also cmake as some interesting option, for example if using all INDI driver you can specify -DOPENSOURCEONLY=1
This prevent PHD2 to install its own libasi and libqhy, this keep your system cleaner by not having multiple version of this libraries installed.



The message "guider.cpp:831->No mount" is given in two case, mount not connected, or not calibrated.

For some reason, short before this error, PHD2 receive a request to clear the calibration, probably from Ekos:
6:40:47.169 00.102 2999734288 evsrv: cli 0x1420aa8 request: {"id":220,"jsonrpc":"2.0","method":"clear_calibration","params":["mount"]}

This is the reason for the error.
You must check in the Ekos configuration you not activate an option to reset the PHD2 calibration on some condition, this is not need with Eqmod.



If you want full connectivity on the second Rpi you need to run the routed service in the RPi with both connection to transform it in router. Then every computer in the network need to know the route to go to the other subnet.
There is other possibility if you not need full connectivity, for example using ssh tunnel to the first Rpi that end to the second. Or for http run a proxy on the Rpi with both connection.

This is not exactly your configuration but this can help to understand the router concept:



Patrick Chevalley replied to the topic 'Pulse vs ST4 guiding' in the forum. 1 year ago

Forget ST4 if the mount driver support pulse guiding, this is the case for INDI Eqmod.
The interest of ST4 is only for non-computerized mount where it is the only option. For example if you use the HEQ5 only with the handpad without computer connection.


Patrick Chevalley replied to the topic 'Standalone Control Panel' in the forum. 1 year ago

I am not sure what you see in Astroberry but here are two standalone control panel client I use.

DCD is a Python client:

My IndiStarter software include a client you can use even if starting the Indi server another way. After installation look for INDIgui in the system menu.