It contains all categories of astronomical software for amateurs:
Kstars, Cartes du Ciel, Virtual Moon Atlas, ...
Siril, THELI GUI, AstroimageJ...
INDI server with all drivers
and so on.
Losmandy G11 with Gemini 2 controller
QSI 583/683 monochrome camera with filter wheel
Starlight Xpress Lodestar X2 guide camera
Microtouch Focuser controlled using Arduino UNO emulating Feathertouch controller
Raspberry Pi 2GB with Raspberry Pi OS 64bit Buster
I can't create a good *.iso image from my project
I use the Pinguy Builder for this operation, but its image doesn't work correctly after installation: its boot loader has defect - installed "Ubuntu Astronomy" distributive can't load
Thanks for your job, it's quite impressive ! It reminds me some good time :
I am one of the first "Astronomy DVD maker" (lin4astro www.linux-live-cd.org/?Lin4astro 2005...pfff...11 years... based on a Knoppix live DVD).
And... one of our thinking is a DVD was too large, too big to be used. Now, with modern transfert rate, it's not an issue anymore.
The other thing : a linuxian has still its own distro installed. So having a new one... is not so easy.
For a new comer, it wants to try its hardware to know if it's working under linux without installation.
Finally we thought (project is in a deep deep sleep but some actual software are directly fro lin4astro, i think to siril free-astro.org/index.php/Siril which is based on a lin4astro maker work) :
1) Building a distro is a proof of concept, very useful for public demonstration without no installation on a live DVD. Does yours "live" ?
2) A good point is a PPA/repository/ Metapackage containing all softwares for each distribution. (so it's a pain ...there's too many)
Under mageia for example, there's a "task-astronomy" that install lots of thing