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Stuart1971

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  1. I thought your were going to use ethernet homeplug adapters....why another wifi adapter...??
  2. No driver needed, if it’s a homeplug that runs over house wiring...just plug in and go....
  3. Ah, ok...as you can see I am not a Linux savy person....
  4. Be very careful using nightly builds unless you know what you are doing, there can be many bugs and issues, this particular driver may well be fine, but others may be really buggy...it’s really for the savy Linux user and for beta testers...
  5. All good, but we are discussing Stellarmate on this thread not ASIair....I realise they both use RPI, but so as not to confuse people...
  6. No, the dongle will not work on holiday, it still needs to connect to your Wi-Fi, it just replaces the built in wifi on the RPI..it’s not one with built in 4g capabilities....
  7. Honestly just ditch it....it’s not worth the bother, as when there is an update for INdI, which is quite regular, it will probably break it all again, there are very few people that have a fully working ASI120 all the time...some do, but they are usually the Linux savy ones....
  8. This can be done, it’s been mentioned on the INdI forum, the power ports work, but are on all the time, no on or off setting...
  9. As @fozzybearhas already said there are known issues with ASI120 driver and camera, and it is also no longer supported by ASI or INdI, but there have been some people with more knowledge and skill than me that have hacked up a working camera, so unless you are up to date with Linux code, personally I would not bother...sell it and buy the USB 3 version, if you plan on sticking with Ekos, it’s really not worth the headache...
  10. Agreed, but the ASIair is way way way over priced for what it is......IMHO...
  11. I have never for an SD card with any RPI I have bought...you only get as part of a kit, but I would recommend getting a good quality 64gb version, as it will give you plenty of space to save images and download index files... Also you can run it from an SSD drive via one of the USB 3 ports, this is how I run it...
  12. That’s not even got the newer RPI 4 inside, it’s the much older RPI3 with just USB2, with Stellarmate software, and the price....£269...
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