rmor51 wrote: Is there a way to adjust the histogram of the red, green and blue channels of a CMOS camera like the QHY183C?
It would be interesting to balance the background of the sky during capture.
jws_indi wrote: Nano is a built in command line text editor that is preinstalled on most Linux distro's.
Thanks! I am assuming that this is pretty much similar for mac users as well?
Nano is a built in text editor that is preinstalled on most Linux variants.
Configuration issues. On Ubuntu's side you don't need to place the DNS server IP address, all you have to do switch automatic to 'on' and make sure nothing is in the 'Gateway' IP address. Also have to configure the eno1 using the ifconfig command
me:~$ sudo ifconfig eno1 192.168.100.2
Now I have to find the config files to make this permanent...
Let me preface that I am able to log onto my Stellarmate via the WiFi using Ubuntu without issues:
gorillaastro wrote: Northern hemisphere. In tx. Celestron avx. Had site info checked and hade it set up for its current park.
Went to go-to Vega for a quick test shot and plate solve and the mount decided to go this way. Tried to go 20 degrees bear Polaris and still wanted to point at the ground but this time decided to crash into itself
Time and site are correct
What am I missing?
jerry wrote: Can anyone comment on the suitability of <strong>Mint</strong> for KStars/ekos/indilib etc.?
<code> Ubuntu Release 20.04 LTS (Focal Fossa) 64-bit
Kernel Linux 4.9.219-72 aarch64
</code>on an Odroid-N2 without any problems.
20.04 appears to be faster than 18.04.
In light of this article regarding <em>snap</em> www.zdnet.com/article/linux-mint-dumps-ubuntu-snap/
I was wondering if I should switch to Mint Mate on my 8G RPi4?
wvreeven wrote: Do you use Chromium? If not, simply uninstall snap:
sudo apt purge snapd
and then make sure it cannot be installed again:
sudo apt-mark hold snapd
And then sit back, keep using Ubuntu 20.04 for another two years and see what happened to snap when the dust settles. Plenty of time to consider moving to Linux Mint or another distribution in the mean time.
Linux Mint doesn't have an ARM edition. Don't think Mint will run on a Pi as they only have 32 and 64 architecture...