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Glad to announce of release of INDI Library v1.7.5 on 2018-11-14. A few drivers were added in this release as we continue to improve & stabilize existing drivers.
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TOPIC: Astroberry initial release

Astroberry initial release 8 months 1 day ago #25126

Dear Radek,

I was reinstalling the astroberry-diy drivers, with this one I have a problem, „cannot be located“

sudo apt-get install librtimulib-dev?

Any idea?

Best, Helge

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Astroberry initial release 7 months 4 weeks ago #25205

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I don't think there is a binary package available. You have to compile it yourself from sources

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Astroberry initial release 7 months 2 weeks ago #25524

Thanks, but about seven month ago, that command was fine. How come it is no longer available?

How does compile from source work? Download, DCMAKE...make...make install? I have to admit, I am still lacking the Linux basics - would be great if you could describe...

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Astroberry initial release 7 months 2 weeks ago #25593

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RTIMULib has always been a requirement for indi_altimu driver, part of Astroberry drivers suit.
Requirements
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* INDI available here http://indilib.org/download.html
* RTIMULib (for Astroberry AltIMU) available here https://github.com/RPi-Distro/RTIMULib
* bcm2835 (for Astroberry Focuser and Astroberry Board) available here http://www.airspayce.com/mikem/bcm2835/

If you don't use IMU sensor (accelerometer, magnetometer, gyro, atmospheric pressure) you can disable compilation of this driver by commenting Astroberry AltIMU section of CMakeLists.txt (lines 56-67) which should look like so:
################ Astroberry AltIMU ################

#set(indi_rpialtimu_SRCS
#        ${CMAKE_CURRENT_SOURCE_DIR}/rpi_altimu.cpp
#   )

#add_executable(indi_rpialtimu ${indi_rpialtimu_SRCS})
#target_link_libraries(indi_rpialtimu indidriver RTIMULib)
#install(TARGETS indi_rpialtimu RUNTIME DESTINATION bin )
#install(FILES indi_rpialtimu.xml DESTINATION ${INDI_DATA_DIR})

If you use the sensor you can either compile the RTIMULib library from source (see instruction here ) or download and install a binary version (from here )

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Astroberry initial release 4 months 2 days ago #28593

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Hi Radek,

will your indi-altimu and indi-rpigps driver feedback location and the position on Kstars star map like starpi does?

link to Starpi project: github.com/ChrisDick/StarPi

Regards,
Kai

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