wvreeven wrote: Nice, good job on making this progress! For your next steps I suggest to critically review your focus procedure. Especially the M 31 image is out of focus. This is not meant to put you down but as a suggestion for making even more progress. Keep up the good work!!!
stefanr wrote: What is the current status on StellarMate OS support for Raspberry Pi 4?
I just ordered a Pi 4 and I am planning to install StellarMate OS on it, but I won't bother if there are any known issues
I would prefer to use StellarMate OS but if that is not an option I will go for Ubuntu with KStars/Ekos instead (or maybe Astroberry server).
stefanr wrote: Thank you for the suggestions.
Yesterday, I also ordered Flirc aluminium heatsink case (without cooler) and SSD.
And I already have a Pi3 so I was planning on using the same power supply (different cable) which is a PowerBank that supplies 5V/3A.
I have a CEM25P mount so I hope to get the time from the GPS module on the mount, so maybe i dont need the RTC module? Or will that still be necessary?
I also heard about the interference issues so I bought a USB WIFI Dongle with 5 dbi antenna for the Pi and a non-powered USB hub (can supply a maximum of 900 mAh which is enough for camera and guider)
So I was planning to still use the USB ports directly in the Pi (for the USB3 Hub and the SSD harddrive for example). But maybe that is a bad idea?