bemo47 Posted April 6, 2016 Share Posted April 6, 2016 (edited) Hi to all, i have bought a Raspberry Pi3 which could be used in an observatory for some purposes like camera capture, skymap tool with carte du ciel or equivalent, goto system for a telescope (Atlas mount), etc... I have installed Ubuntu Mate and then "cartes du ciel" but the result is dramatically slow. I am wondering how a Raspberry can manage this kind of software, if its possible, and how ? First, I would like to know what you currently do with Raspberry in your observatory, which usage, which software, on which Linux, and how it work... If you could share some examples of usage in this post it would be grateful to understand up to where we can go. Second, i want to test a video camera (ZWO ASI224MC) on my Pi3 with oacapture. I have installed the ARM Raspbian packet on my Ubuntu Mate, but it still doesn't work, msg : oacapture: error while loading shared libraries: libudev.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory when i launch oacapture Does anyone know why i have this ? Third, i am using the Pi3 with a 23" IPS screen, resolution is 1920-1080 60hz, may be if i reduce the resolution it could improve the perf of the Pi3 ? If yes, how can i reduce the resolution ? Thanks for your advices, as you can see i am not a Linux expert..... Bernard Edited April 6, 2016 by bemo47 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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