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Rpi4 Bullseye - "Too many signals to create unique bit masks"

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This started with the ECM cmake message error which Jasem kindly pointed out was caused
by trying to build the latest git code under Buster - must be Bullseye

So now under Bullseye I get

This output is what I got after a git pull from "master" branch, followed by a clean and full make of kstars (08/08/2022).

[ 2%] Generating ui_horizonmanager.h
[ 2%] Generating ui_polarishourangle.h
[ 2%] Generating ui_wilpsettings.h
[ 2%] Generating ui_wiequipsettings.h
[ 2%] Generating ui_unitspinboxwidget.h
[ 2%] Generating Options.h, Options.cpp
[ 2%] Generating kstarsadaptor.cpp, kstarsadaptor.h
[ 2%] Generating simclockadaptor.cpp, simclockadaptor.h
[ 2%] Generating fovadaptor.cpp, fovadaptor.h
Too many signals to create unique bit masks
make[2]: *** [kstars/CMakeFiles/KStarsLib.dir/build.make:271: kstars/Options.h] Error 1
make[2]: *** Deleting file 'kstars/Options.h'
make[2]: *** Waiting for unfinished jobs....
[ 2%] Generating indiadaptor.cpp, indiadaptor.h
[ 2%] Generating ekosadaptor.cpp, ekosadaptor.h
make[1]: *** [CMakeFiles/Makefile2:1594: kstars/CMakeFiles/KStarsLib.dir/all] Error 2
make: *** [Makefile:160: all] Error 2

Any help appreciated.
AP130
G11 driven by OnStep
ASI533MC with QHY5III178C as guide camera
Rpi4 4gb Bullseye (Observatory cntrl)
Beelink Ryzen 7, Kubuntu 22.04 (Kstars/Ekos)
3 months 3 weeks ago #85195

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Well thanks to anyone who looked at this and I'm assuming couldn't reproduce it.

Due to the current inability to procure a spare Rpi4 to try out various 64-bit flavors of Linux, I decided
to use this Rpi4 as my observatory controller. I am awaiting delivery of a Beelink Ryzan 7 miniPC
that I will put Kubuntu 22.04 on to get back to Kstars/Ekos.
AP130
G11 driven by OnStep
ASI533MC with QHY5III178C as guide camera
Rpi4 4gb Bullseye (Observatory cntrl)
Beelink Ryzen 7, Kubuntu 22.04 (Kstars/Ekos)
3 months 2 weeks ago #85349

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I got same issue when compiling 3.6.0 on raspberry OS based on bullseye. I solved this by deleting last line with GenerateProperties in kstars/Options.kcfgc.cmake
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3 months 1 day ago #85874

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Thanks for that nou. I went ahead with the Beelink Ryzen 7 running kstars-bleeding and its much easier
to run than the Rpi4 (even thru VNC). I have been accused of being too stubborn sometimes - so I just moved
on from the Rpi4. So far its been the right decision.

Thanks.
AP130
G11 driven by OnStep
ASI533MC with QHY5III178C as guide camera
Rpi4 4gb Bullseye (Observatory cntrl)
Beelink Ryzen 7, Kubuntu 22.04 (Kstars/Ekos)
3 months 1 day ago #85880

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Please - has anyone made progress or have a solution to the ‘…too many signals to create unique bit masks’ problem. I’m trying to upgrade from 3.6.0, but can’t get beyond the above error.

I haven’t gone as far as trying to completely remove kstars/indi from my system before reinstalling - would that help?

Thanks all - appreciate your thoughts.
1 month 3 weeks ago #86981

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I’m trying to upgrade on a rpi4 running bullseye.
Thanks again
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