I dont trust myself with torrents as i have not kept up on the client side of things. I will just get malware unless you can recommend a client.
I would there there has to be a way to get them from the official source and not second hand.
i found these instructions for removing.
sudo apt-get install ppa-purge
sudo ppa-purge ppa:mutlaqja/ppa
I have nightly in my apt repository and i get "unable to locate package Indi-full" and gsc.
sudo apt-add-repository ppa:mutlaqja/indinightly
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install indi-full kstars-bleeding gsc
Can you give quick instructions on how you downloaded them? I used that original dropbox link and i would like to learn the proper way.
I do like the idea that was posted to show a Preview of the paths and file names that are going to be generated.
Having been out of torrents for a long time. What is the recommended client?
I dont want malware Windows preferred.
Also if i run Kstars on windows where do i put the files? everything i have seen is linux paths.
I have always had this issue. I am using the HQ Raspberry Pi camera.
In the Indi Control Pane for the RPI Camera i enter 10seconds for exposure and the count down time gets to about 7seconds and it fast forwards to zero. So really it took about a 3 second exposure from my point of view.
I have to take another exposure of 10seconds and it counts down the exposure right.
Any ideas? Or is this bug that needs fixed?
Yes i have on my MicroScope project. RaspberryPi Indi server connecting to OnStep via bluetooth.
I followed the steps under the "bluetooth" heading of this instrucable.
I will look at that thread to see if it will help them.
Looks like bailed out is used to describe leaving.
To bail out of a plane with a parachute you are leaving the plane.
I am not sure how to integrate, but has anyone thought of combining the images from an AllSky camera with Kstars/Ekos?
I found a script to take the fisheye pictures and un-wrap them so you can load them into the artifical horizon of Ekos.
Or maybe Kstars could be setup to bring the fisheye style images in instead of panoramas. I think Stellarium can use both types of images.
Just throwing and idea/concept out there to brain storm.
OH yes i had not noticed that check box. Let me go read about how to use it.
Hello, i am new to setting up the scheduler. So i have a question about stopping a job.
I have a trees to the west. So if i start tracking something in the east and follow it to the west i can tell the scheduler to start if the object is above an altitude of X degrees.
How do i tell it to stop at Y degrees on the west so i am not taking pictures of trees?
Then after stopping go to the next job in the scheduler.
Hi Jasem, i installed Indi server on my Raspberry Pi via APT.
My question is when is the APT repository updated? At the same time has the github repository?
I would prefer to stick to apt update/upgrades if i could.
Thanks Kevin! I will give this a go!
Guess i need to look at the scheduler closer to see how it works. I have just started to get comfortable leaving the telescope running at night now that parking is accurate and i have an AllSky camera out there with it.