Does the Stellar mate tablet app run substantially better especially for live stack on high end tablets versus my $80 tablet?
iOW does the majority of the heavy lifting happen on the Pi or the tablet?
I have an 8GB Pi 4 successfully running Stellarmate / Ekos with a direct Erhernet cable connected to my Windows laptop using a VNC connection.
Is it possible to place another Raspberry Pi in between my laptop and my StellarMate, and still have my VNC Connection, or would a router be necessary? VNC ran much slower for me when I experimented with a router last time.
I’d like to have the original PI run Ekos / StellarMate, and have the 2nd one monitor a shared folder with images, and run ASTAP to stack the images as they appear in the folder.
Again, please pardon me if this question is somewhat odd, but if I wait long enough, will there be an automated answer to this issue of an updated, 64-bit third-party indi lib fix?
IOW, might I one day get s response here that says, ‘Click here to update..’ and that’ll be the end of it, or am I going to have to wait until I have the time to wrap my brain around the issue and solve it for myself?
And the Capitalist in me wants to know if anyone might have a GoFundMe or something like that where we can get the completed install package with a goodwill donation button?
Thanks in advance for the help.
Late to the game...
Have been running StellarMate 64bit without a hitch... until now.
The failure comes when trying to install the ZWO ASI Filter wheel driver, and I get the message:
'apt-key' is deprecated
I'm rather new to this, and all of the answers are somewhat beyond my capabilites at the moment.
Just received a notice that 64-bit was ready for prime time from Mr. Gordon Hollingsworth.
Can someone please direct me to the steps I need to take to update the ZWO Indi drivers on my 8GB Pi 4?
I can follow instructions well, but there are a lot of holes in this old CPU on my shoulders
Thanks in advance.