So I'm closing my application, the GPS is synchronized after 1s to 2s.
Maybe the update I did yesterday, maybe the reboot on the Raspberry PI4, maybe a clearer sky today, than yesterday.
Anyway, it works, but I don't really know why
Sorry for asking you for nothing.
Thank you for your answer, when I look with the GSPD tools, with the command "cgps -s", I see after a while, between 4 and 10 satellites.
The GPS antenna is well positioned outside, I think it's well placed, because when I connect the GPS on an RPI3 on Ubuntu Mate, I have the location, like with Windows.
I'm having problems with my GPS, I'm getting the time but not the location (NO FIX)
I only have this problem on Buster, I didn't have the problem with the previous version.
Do you have any ideas on how to fix it?
Current configuration :
Raspberry PI 4
Sorry for my English, this is not my native language.
Hello, I had the same problem, a priori the documentation is no longer up to date.
Check out Github: github.com/jochym/pyindi-client/tree/master/pip/pyindi-client
If it's like for me I was missing the libindi-dev library.
Sorry about my average English
After reinstalling a Ubuntu Mate 18.04 version, everything is installed correctly. So this comes from the packages for 18.10, which have some problems.
I have problems when installing KStars on a Ubuntu Mate Cosmic distribution.
he can't find the package asi.common or gsc.
However, kstars-bleeding installs correctly, but of course drivers are missing.
What can I do that worked fine last week, but with an ubuntu 18.04?
Thank you in advance.