VNC does not transfer the sounds that come out from Rpi. You can use a bluetooth speaker if you are in the range, or other apps like Teamviewer or NoMachines thats stream out the sound from your Rpi
Can I also suggest to add a way to change guide star on the fly, without stop the schedule/plan/guide?
In my case, when a cloud hides the guiding star for seconds and not appear again, the systems continues guiding sending pulses as much the value in Maximum pulse. This cause that the telescope move out the field, and then I need to stop the schedule (or the plan) and run the platesolver to center it again, or restart the Scheduler
For this kind of problem, i not use the scheduler. i look at the guide window and in case of clouds i stop all
I know, i use an Raspberry system based on raspbian os at 32bit. There is no way to migrate the current system to the new 64bit, without reinstall all the stuffs?
I hope that you wrote is right.
At this time the repository does not have packages updated to latest version, for 32bit systems.
There are updates for the 64bit
libqhy_21.10.26-stable~202111111341_armhf.deb 2021-11-11 13:42
libqhy_21.10.26-stable~202112302141_arm64.deb 2021-12-30 21:42
Ok for the new cameras equipped with new firmware, but the ones purchased previously???
The 183m has this control and I used it in previous versions, but the option to control it is not present in Kstars 3.5.6 and INDI 1.9.3
The same using a QHY183M. No way to find this option
I reainstalled all the stuffs and now I am acquindg datada to update webpages, but what can I do do configure mi remote Kstars/Ekos to connect to this weather station?
If I have a server that run gpsd and it serves info over the port 2947, how can i configure my remote Indi to get GPS data from the server????
I have a remote GPSD server that provide this service.
If i use gpsmon 192.168.1.188:2947 it works, but hot telle to Kstars/Ekos to use this server when the INDI-GPSD starts?????
I will try to do again all, but compile all on this system required about 4hours only fon INDI
No indiserver is 1.9.3
pi@raspberrypi:/usr/local/lib $ locate indiserver
pi@raspberrypi:/usr/local/lib $ /usr/bin/indiserver
2021-09-28T21:30:55: startup: /usr/bin/indiserver
Usage: /usr/bin/indiserver [options] driver [driver ...]
Purpose: server for local and remote INDI drivers
INDI Library: 1.9.3
Code 1.9.3-tgz. Protocol 1.7.
-l d : log driver messages to <d>/YYYY-MM-DD.islog
-m m : kill client if gets more than this many MB behind, default 128
-d m : drop streaming blobs if client gets more than this many MB behind, default 5. 0 to disable
-p p : alternate IP port, default 7624
-r r : maximum driver restarts on error, default 10
-f path : Path to fifo for dynamic startup and shutdown of drivers.
-v : show key events, no traffic
-vv : -v + key message content
-vvv : -vv + complete xml
driver : executable or [device]@host[:port]