I was wondering the way to put the Raspi 4 onto my telescope, Noctua is a good one to avoid vibrations ... Have any people resolved vibrations to the telescope with fan ?
I thought about Raspberry 4 fan, how are going to manage it ?
Yaourt is deprecated and went off Manjaro's distro, you should use YAY to replace it so I have found this for you searching on google: Don't forget Google is yours best friend!
By the way, why don't you use others distros ? I think about Ubuntu, largely supported here for a novice and really easy to work with.
OK resolved ...
It's necessary to install pi-bluetooth so ...
apt install pi-bluetooth
I installed Ubuntu 19.10 server for my Raspberry 4 , all goes well with Indi but I can't connect my bluetooth GPS NMEA Navigon, it seems that no controler activate on system.
I get this:
bluetooth]# scan on No default controller available
GSC must be installed, did you do that ?
I have installed lastest update Kstars 3.2.2 and indilib 1.7.8, since astrometry can't solve offline but seems work with
load and slew...I use Ubuntu 16 onto Raspberry 3.0 and Kstars onto Windows10 ...
I don't understand what is wrong ... I have reinstalled Kstars 3.2.1 but I believe some issue with lib 1.7.8 but where ?
Have a nice night
Try to configure ...
I have already seen this project in an others web site !!!
That's should be great to include into Ekos ...
Heeeee Jasem Take a look !!!
I have never checked parity image before. If RPI light doesn't change of color,image seems to be not properly
installed. As I have got FTH I downloaded twice may be it should be better to check the parity.
For the parity you have just to compare both parity value given with the image with the one you had downloaded, they
have to be the same.
I use version 0.9.5, works well no issue