Kaczorek wrote: Welcome pop-up is fixed now.
Astro panel is fixed now. By default it uses GPS, but you can disable it and use static configuration from /etc/astropanel.config
Update with sudo apt update && sudo apt upgrade
This is very good news. It should run on any raspberry, but I did not test it on versions other then 3 & 4. This bring some potential for light versions of astroberry, which could run specific applications only e.g. PHD2 for autoguiding. Seems like a good news for owners of Star Adventurer and similar mounts.
stash wrote: Can confirm Astroberry 2 even runs on a Raspberry Pi Zero (W) straight out of the box
What version of astroberry-server-wui you are running? (you can check it with: dpkg -l | grep astroberry-server-wui). If it is 2.0.0 run upgrade (regular apt update && apt upgrade). If 2.0.1 you should probably reboot. Please confirm how it went
rizal72 wrote: I customized astropanel.config with custom coordinates, and set 'use gps' to 'no', however the GPS section on the left panel menu still shows GPS
Kaczorek wrote: What version of astroberry-server-wui you are running? (you can check it with: dpkg -l | grep astroberry-server-wui). If it is 2.0.0 run upgrade (regular apt update && apt upgrade). If 2.0.1 you should probably reboot. Please confirm how it went
Kaczorek wrote: Nice screenshot
Please take a look at this issue and my comment github.com/rkaczorek/astroberry-server/i...suecomment-557911808
Can you go through debugging procedure as described in this link?
Kaczorek wrote: To clarify GPS Panel and Astro Panel functionalities and how they work.
<strong>GPS Panel</strong> - shows GPS position and time read from real GPS. Additionally it shows satellites and signal strength.
<strong>Astro Panel</strong> - shows information about Polaris, Moon, Sun and Solar System planets. It get's location from GPS or /etc/astropanel.conf file. If no GPS and config file exist it gets location from Weather Plugin. If none of these exist it will show demo data, which are set to Warsaw, Poland.
Kaczorek wrote: This is absolutely correct. GPS Panel is designed to show real and the actual GPS position and if it is not available it shows default position (hard coded because it needs to show something). Should you consider any other approach do not hesitate to suggest it. It was just my assumption but I would be more than happy to do it the way you want.
To change this behavior you need to change gpspanel.py file, which I do not recommend because all the changes will be overwritten by future updates. So it is better I change it for all the users.
Changing astropanel.conf does nothing to gpspanel. It just works with Astro Panel, which calculates bodies positions for a specific location (which can come from GPS or static config).
BTW. I agree it is kind of a mess but I haven't came up with a good solution. As for now there are separate locations for:
1. Astro Panel (GPS or astropanel.conf file or Weather Plugin location)
2. GPS Panel (only real GPS receiver)
3. KStars (GPS or static configuration of KStars location)
Any ideas how to combine these? Bear in mind that before first start of Kstars it's configuration defaults to London, before connecting GPS receiver GPS Panel defaults to Warsaw, before setting up astropanel.conf Astro Panel defaults to GPS or Weather Plugin