I have built INDI from source, as per instructions (ARMHF Linux).
There is no instruction I can find on how to run kstars.
As a much older version of kstars came with the OS, typing 'kstars' runs the old version.
Installing PHD2 you run ./phd2 from the directory but what is the equivalent for INDI?
After you run sudo make install, the new kstars should be installed to /usr/bin and so when you type kstars, it should launch the one you just installed. If not, you have another KStars lurking elsewhere in your system. Type which kstars to find out where it is running from.
Thanks for the great instructions. I was able to fully compile and run indi/kstars/ekos using your Building INDI from Source link above. I compiled it on a Raspberry Pi running Ubuntu 16.04, and ran it on that platform as well. There were a few minor things to figure out, mostly related to compiling 3rdParty, but it worked!
My question is this: I assume what I've compiled and am running is HEAD at the time I did the git clone. I'd rather compile/run/experiment-with a more stable version. I assume there's a way e.g. to get git to clone a tag related to, say, the recent version 3.0 of this software, but I could not find the tags for that. (e.g. tried 'git tag -l' and given the tags, looked at the dates with 'git show TAG' but there we no tags dated around the end of 2018, in fact nothing past the summer). I'm obviously not that facile with git. What commands would I run to get and compile the source for a stable release?