If you mean Astroberry, the answer is yes. It's licensed under GPL 3.0 so you're free to do any translation.
If you mean KStars and Ekos, you should address this question to Jasem aka knro. However Kstars and Ekos are also licensed under GPL 3.0 so the answer would be also yes
indi webserver installed fine. There was one issue with a PIFace xml file exception in the parse file.py on group in line 5, which I did not need and so removed the xml file. Removing the file allowed for servermanager.py to come up fine.
Hopefully some day the ASI224 can run as user, until then this seems to work. It is not great but seems to work so far.
the noVNC and VNC setup is nice and smoother, better than anything I was able to to.
I just installed astroberry on my Rpi3.
I met the first problem immediately with the zwo cams (ZWO 120MM-S and 178MM)
The exposures loops 3 times and fail. That looks like the situation we had few days ago with a package version or older version than the one that can be git today.
I tested the last release on my PC and the cameras worked fine.
Maybe Jasem can enlight us on what is wrong because he does something that fixed the problem on x86 computers.
Astroberry is using packages from official INDI repository so feel free to apt-get update && apt-get upgrade INDI drivers whenever new version are available.
I personally use ASI120MM and can't see any problem after flashing the camera with compatible firmware.
I'm not using iOS or OSX so I would appreciate help in tracing down the issue - x11vnc logs are located in /var/log directory
In any case you can use VNC client on any device - just point it to astroberry.local:5900
Would it be possible to add those possibilities to astroberry:
1 improve wlan-conf gui to display the availables SSID and devices to use a better wifi device or to use an ethernet wired link (as network-manager do).
2 a little gui to choose the frame-buffer size in height and width (reducing it improve a lot display performances) with reboot choice.
3 integrate the indi webmanager to be able to use astroberry as a simple access point
4 include skychart and ccdciel in the available tools.
5 a swap space of 2Gb that could be useful
6 make a compressed iso image that can be expanded when starting mate for the first time. I must admit that I don't know how it can be done. But maybe you know
I appreciate the https access it is very useful. I have worked on point 4 and 5. It looks easy to do.