I resolved this by intalling ubuntu Mate 16.04. It turned out to be more convinient for many of my purposes: No problem with teamviewer in Hot-Spot mode, Bluetooth works out of the box, SkySafari can connect to ekos/indi (which didn‘t work under Lubuntu 16.04) -> at least for my hardware setup, the change to ubuntu Mate 16.04 solved many problems.
I resolved this by changing from Lubuntu 16.04 to Ubuntu-Mate 16.04, then it worked. The price I have to pay is, that erverything is a bit slower —> I still would be interested, if anybody could tell me, how to make kstars connect to SkySafari 6 on a Lubuntu system.
Yes, I did. Thank you for the hint, though.
I have kstars and indi running on Intel Compute Stick with Ubuntu 16.04. I am trying to connect to SkySafari.
Testing with telescope Simulator. In kstars, telescope Simulator is working. Skysafari Driver is loaded and connected, Telescope Simulator set as active Device.
When I try to connect with SkySafari 6 iOS (Ipad), I get the Error-Message "SkySafari 6 Plus can make a wireless network connection to the scope, but the scope is not responding. Make sure it is connected and powered on. Also check that your scope type is correct."
Can anybody help?
I want to use the stick for telescope- and camera-control. I want ubuntu on the stick to create a wlan hot spot, which I can connect to with my Ipad. With the ios Teamviewer App I want to establish a remote desktop session to control kstars / oaCapture on the stick.
I am trying to setup an Intel Compute Stick to remotely control Kstars and oaCapture with ASI 120 at USB3. The Compute Stick is running with Ubuntu 18.04 amd64. I would like to use teamviewer (teamviewer 14) for the remote-access because it uses an udp-connection which is faster than the tpc that is used by vino or vnc.
Everything works fine as long as I connect via the WLAN-Router of my Home-Net. As soon as I am using the built in hot spot I am running into problems. Every time I try, after using teamviewer for the first time I am unable to establish the hot spot a second time. Even after reboot, this isn‘t possible, so at the end I always have to reinstall ubuntu. Vino and real4vnc are running with the hot spot without any problem - ecxept for being substancially slower than teamviewer.
The symptoms of the teamviewer conflict are:
- ubuntu displays the hotspot as if everything was working
- the hot spot needs ages to show up
- any attempt to connect is rejected with „incorrect password“
- removing the password doesn‘t help: In most cases, when trying to connect with teamviewer on ipad, it just says couldn‘t connect to...; in few cases, a connection ist being established (I can‘t find any rule, when this happens), but the Compute Stick cannot be detected in the network, so teamviewer doesn‘t find ist.
Anybody any idea?
thank you for your reply. I managed to install oaCapture on a stellarmate platform in the meantime. QHY works fine.
Sorry that I will probably not use astroberry then and thank you again for your assistance.
I am just trying out astroberry server on a rpi3+. I fail to get the planetary imaging software to work properly:
wxAstrocapture: The camera ist not detected.
PlanetaryImager: The camera is connected. After a few seconds the driver responds Error code -1, the app crashes but remains running as stated at shutdown.
oaCapture lets me connect to the camera. At maximum resolution everything works fine at low frame rate. When I try to change the resolution (to increase the frame rate) the driver crashes, the app does not react any more and after a few seconds the complete system is frozen.
In the end, I am happy with any of the capturing tools - can anybody help?