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INDI Library v1.7.6 Released. (27 Feb 2019)

First release of 2019 comes with quite a few new drivers across the board along with significant performance improvements to INDI camera and live streaming performance. Many drivers received significant updates to improve performance & stability, while a few were re-written from scratch to be in line with INDI standards. Here are some of the highlights:

PI upgrade?

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PI upgrade? was created by Ron Kramer

Anyone try one of these? more powerful than a PI. Better built quality?

www.officedepot.com/a/products/6788275/A...AvD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds


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Replied by wvreeven on topic PI upgrade?

For me the link doesn’t work. Can you post product brand and type?
Modded Canon EOS 700D with a SkyWatcher Esprit 80 ED on a SkyWatcherHEQ5-Pro

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Replied by Ron Kramer on topic PI upgrade?

Here is one with EEMC drive inside.

www.amazon.com/Tinker-Board-Quad-Core-co...ativeASIN=B00FS83U42

2 gb RAM! and internal FASTER drive - and still a SD slot for moving files and taking them with you.
I'd like the faster writes of imaging files to the 16gb!
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Replied by Ron Kramer on topic PI upgrade?

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Replied by Focaldepth on topic PI upgrade?

I can't answer your question directly but here is my experience.
I run indi on a PI 3B+
I run kodi (media player) on a Tinker board. It has run for months 24/7 without any issues, no reboots..
The Tinker Board is great.

However I use Raspbian on the PI and Tinker OS on the Tinker Board.

I have not yet tried indi on the Tinker but may do one day.

I guess you my need to go the source build route to get the latest versions of indi etc. Also true fro Raspbian on PI.

I am consitering upgrading my indi PI to a Gigabyte Brix so I can run the intel builds of indi etc.
It does use more power though.

If it fails to work, you can make a media player out of it.
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Replied by AstroNerd on topic PI upgrade?

Ron Kramer wrote: Here is one with EEMC drive inside.

www.amazon.com/Tinker-Board-Quad-Core-co...ativeASIN=B00FS83U42

2 gb RAM! and internal FASTER drive - and still a SD slot for moving files and taking them with you.
I'd like the faster writes of imaging files to the 16gb!


FYI Stellarmate won’t run on anything but rpi.... just in case you think it will.... :)
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Replied by tkottary on topic PI upgrade?

I ve been using Tinkerboard with Armbian for more than year now. Its works way better than PI.
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