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Most of the things I build usually relate to either astronomy, physics or woodworking in general.

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  • ThomasJ1 commented on ThomasJ1's instructable Wireless All Sky Camera
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    Yes, you'll be able to do all that. You might have to play with the settings in order to get the upload work the way you want.

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  • ThomasJ1 commented on ThomasJ1's instructable Wireless All Sky Camera
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    Hi Bill,Images are created at night so if it's your first day, you'll have to wait a bit for them to show up in /home/pi/allsky/images

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  • Artificial Peat Bog for Carnivorous Plants

    You have to make sure the peat is saturated with water (rain water preferably). If the soil is too dry, the plants will dry out.You can try sarracenia plants, they grow taller.

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  • Grow Your Own Giant Sequoia Tree

    That sounds good. It needs a soil that drains well but retains some moisture. It should never get fully dry. I think the clay will help for the moisture.

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  • Grow Your Own Giant Sequoia Tree

    It can take a while for the seeds to germinate. It all depends if you put them in a cold and humid place before planting them. The cold helps because it recreates the winter conditions. If the seeds are still not coming off the ground, you can dig and check if they are doing anything at all. It doesn't really matter if you plant them upside down because the root will find where the bottom is.

    If you want to move it to a bigger pot during the growing season, make sure to water it well during the previous day and then try to take the whole soil with the plant without disturbing the roots too much. After it's in the new pot, water it well.

    Thanks for the follow up. They look really healthy. High humidity is really the enemy at the early stages. Good luck with the adoption. I hope people with take care of them.

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  • ThomasJ1 commented on ThomasJ1's instructable Wireless All Sky Camera
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    Nice! If it takes pictures then it should be using the settings. Maybe it's not pointing at the proper camera settings file. Why do you say it's not using the settings?

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  • ThomasJ1 commented on ThomasJ1's instructable Wireless All Sky Camera
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    Check in the folder. Then you'll know if it's an issue with the capture or the GUI.

    Are you saying that there is no liveview-image.jpg in the /home/pi/allsky directory or that the preview is broken on the GUI? or both?There are 2 parts in the software. The allsky service captures images and saves them. The GUI gives you an interface to play with settings and view images easily.The install should be run with sudo so I think you're fine.You can disregard the LXDE-pi warning.Is the user called pi as well on your system?

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  • ThomasJ1 commented on ThomasJ1's instructable Wireless All Sky Camera
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    It looks like the Make script can't find the ASI library. It should be located in /home/pi/allsky/lib/{your architecture}/libASICamera2.aWhat is your architecture? You can run uname -m to find out.

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  • ThomasJ1 commented on ThomasJ1's instructable Wireless All Sky Camera
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    It should run on any Linux distribution. I tested it about a year ago on Ubuntu.

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  • ThomasJ1 commented on ThomasJ1's instructable Wireless All Sky Camera
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    Merci pour le partage, je reconnais les boites électriques françaises!Le Raspberry Pi est assez robuste donc je pense qu'il pourrait résider dans le boitier a long terme. Chez moi, on a souvent quelques semaines entre -30 et -40 et la camera et le RPi tiennent le choc. Je suis assez surpris que la camera ait passé 5 ans dehors et qu'il n'y ait toujours pas de problèmes au niveau du capteur.En ce qui concerne les observations, c'est pas mieux ici, soit il fait -10 et nuages/neige, soit il fait clair et -30 et il n'y a plus grand chose qui fonctionne a cette temperature sur une monture.J'ai ajoute ton site sur la carte.

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  • ThomasJ1 commented on ThomasJ1's instructable Wireless All Sky Camera
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    Nice build. That's a great location and the sky looks open in all directions

    You're welcome. Nice to see those 3D files.

    Try mounting the drive at boot time using fstab. https://github.com/thomasjacquin/allsky/issues/286#issuecomment-739621452

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  • ThomasJ1 commented on ThomasJ1's instructable Wireless All Sky Camera
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    Thanks for sharing your build!

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  • ThomasJ1 commented on ThomasJ1's instructable Dragon Piggy Bank
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    Wow, it looks so good with hardwood. Love the details in the wings. Thanks for sharing your build!

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  • Artificial Peat Bog for Carnivorous Plants

    The entire hole is filled with sphagnum moss. I think I poured 10 to 12 large bags in there. The silver material is the back of the old carpet (the rubbery part). It can be any material as long as it protects the plastic liner from roots and rodents.This would be a great medium for ferns, mosses, Ericaceae plants. Blueberries would probably be thriving in that medium too.

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  • Grow Your Own Giant Sequoia Tree

    At that stage, it's pretty safe to leave or remove it. Even it you break the cotyledons, it won't really affect the plant since it has already grown secondary leaves. I would just leave it unless you see that it's blocking the growth of the leaves below.

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  • ThomasJ1 commented on ThomasJ1's instructable Wireless All Sky Camera
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    Hi, you can follow the instructions from this page: https://github.com/thomasjacquin/allsky

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  • Grow Your Own Giant Sequoia Tree

    I don't know if they would grow in Indonesia. Their natural habitat is quite different (cold snowy winters, warm summer and high altitude) but that doesn't mean they can't grow in Indonesia.

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  • ThomasJ1 commented on ThomasJ1's instructable Wireless All Sky Camera
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    Nice Olivier! Thanks for sharing your build!

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  • ThomasJ1 commented on ThomasJ1's instructable Wireless All Sky Camera
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    For this task, I would either connect to the Raspberry Pi using an FTP software (such as filezilla) or use SCP to copy all images or directories to your computer through the terminal. https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/remote-access/ssh/scp.md

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  • ThomasJ1 commented on ThomasJ1's instructable Wireless All Sky Camera
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    Hi Erik, during the day when auto-exposure is used, it's the camera library that decides what exposure to use. I believe it's looking at the over-exposed and under-exposed areas and picks something in between. I don't have control on that value. During cloudy days, it appears quite dark but when the sky is blue, I find that the exposure is pretty good.

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  • ThomasJ1 commented on ThomasJ1's instructable Wireless All Sky Camera
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    User Rob has made a fork of the project in order to make it compatible whit this camera: https://github.com/RobboRob/allsky

    The program uses your latitude and longitude to determine if it's day or night. During the night, it captures images and saves them to disk. During thew day, it uses gain 0 and auto-exposure but doesn't save images to disk. It looks like you need to update your lat, long.

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  • ThomasJ1 commented on ThomasJ1's instructable Wireless All Sky Camera
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    Those are nice additions to the original project Serge.

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    Nice setup Gord!

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  • ThomasJ1 commented on ThomasJ1's instructable Wireless All Sky Camera
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    Thanks Albert, I added you to the map.

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  • Grow Your Own Giant Sequoia Tree

    Hi Alexis, I don't know how the seedlings will grow at your location but there's only one way to know.Some people are growing some giant sequoias in Florida (https://www.giant-sequoia.com/gallery/usa/florida/) so I don't see why you couldn't in Dominican Republic. Good Luck. Let me know if it works

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  • Grow Your Own Giant Sequoia Tree

    Hi, my first guess would be overwatering. You soil looks pretty wet. I would recommend watering on a regular basis but only when the top part of the soil looks dry. Otherwise, the roots can't breath and the plant is prone to root rot.

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  • ThomasJ1 commented on ThomasJ1's instructable Wireless All Sky Camera
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    Sorry for the late answer. Did you fix it?Try ssh mysite.nl in a terminal to accept the host key first.

    Yes Pi 4b should work.

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  • ThomasJ1 commented on ThomasJ1's instructable Wireless All Sky Camera
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    Hello Martin, I have the same hardware so it should work fine.I would disregard the debug descriptor warning. I get it too.The service is loaded and active so that part is fine. What is the problem you're seeing?

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  • Grow Your Own Giant Sequoia Tree

    It takes a little while for the new leaves to show up in the center. I bet they will be growing within a week. Give them progressively more indirect lighting to increase photosynthesis when they start showing up.

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  • ThomasJ1 commented on ThomasJ1's instructable Wireless All Sky Camera
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    You may have to add the address to the list of known hosts. In a terminal do ssh allskysudmilano.it and it should ask you if you want to add it.

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  • Grow Your Own Giant Sequoia Tree

    Hello! I think the problem here is your soil. It looks pretty compact and I think it may not retain water very well. The best is a probably to use potting soil as it is rich in organic matter and vermiculite that trap the water like a sponge but it still lets the roots breath.Also keep in mind that conifer trees don't like being transplanted so it's best if you put the seeds directly in the best soil from the beginning.Good luck.

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  • ThomasJ1 commented on ThomasJ1's instructable Wireless All Sky Camera
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    I do not have any experience with Altervista. That might be a question to ask to their support staff. Post your ftp-settings.sh without the password and I can take a look

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  • ThomasJ1 commented on ThomasJ1's instructable Wireless All Sky Camera
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    Nice! If you have a web host, you can upload this project (https://github.com/thomasjacquin/allsky-website) onto it. Alternatively, you could host the website on the Raspberry Pi but it add more load to the CPU and if you turn it off, it's no longer accessible.Refer to the documentation to configure the website for your needs.

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  • Grow Your Own Giant Sequoia Tree

    Hi Jenya,I think once a week might not be enough. I can't really tell how dry the soil is from the photos but I think I was watering mine every couple of days at that stage (depending on the temperature). As long as you have fungicide, it should limit the root rot. You can water around the stem as long as there's no water standing around it for long periods of time.

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  • Grow Your Own Giant Sequoia Tree

    They will eventually get rid of it when the new leaves are growing. The only inconvenient is that the first leaves are here to collect some light to make the plant strong enough to grow new leaves. If they stay stuck together they get less energy but I think they will still grow anyways.

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  • Grow Your Own Giant Sequoia Tree

    Hi Jeny,To remove the enveloppe around the first leaves, I usually put a drop of water on it to soften it and then I use a combination of tweezers and a utility knife to cut a small opening. Once this shell has started to tear, you can use 2 tweezers to slowly rip it open. Add more water droplets and repeat steps if it's not coming off right away.For direct sunlight, I would do it in this order: indirect sunlight indoors, direct sunlight indoors (once you have new leaves coming up in the middle), indirect sunlight outdoor (once you have the first branch) and finally direct sunlight outdoor when they have been outside for a couple weeks. The reason for these steps that they need to build a tolerance to UV light and wind.

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  • ThomasJ1 commented on ThomasJ1's instructable Wireless All Sky Camera
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    Did you change the password or was it still the default 'raspberry' ?

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  • ThomasJ1 commented on ThomasJ1's instructable Wireless All Sky Camera
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    The images are uploaded from the Raspberry Pi to your host using FTP so you don't need any specific setup for that.If for some reason you needed the host to talk to the Raspberry Pi, then yes you would need a no-ip or similar service.

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  • Grow Your Own Giant Sequoia Tree

    They grow fast if they are growing in ideal conditions (deep well drained soil with lots of water available) and once they have reached a certain age. For the first 20 years or so, they will grow slowly, maybe a foot per year in average.

    They are in Eastern France. Summers are hot and in winter temperatures sometimes go below -5. I would say that the period of growth goes from end of April to beginning of August.

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  • ThomasJ1 commented on ThomasJ1's instructable Wireless All Sky Camera
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    Try deleting the file /etc/raspap/raspap.auth. That should revert the password to 'secret'.

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  • ThomasJ1 commented on ThomasJ1's instructable Wireless All Sky Camera
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    Looks like capture.cpp wasn't compiled successfully. Try running the install script again and look for errors.

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  • ThomasJ1 commented on ThomasJ1's instructable Wireless All Sky Camera
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    Hi, no I haven't seen this problem on my ASI224. If the same thing happens with SharpCap, I am thinking this could be a firmware issue. Some sensors have a different matrix and maybe your internal camera settings got updated inadvertently through some astro software?

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  • ThomasJ1 commented on ThomasJ1's instructable Wireless All Sky Camera
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    Can you make sure that this file /etc/lighttpd/lighttpd.conf is the same as the one found at this address https://github.com/thomasjacquin/allsky/blob/master/gui/lighttpd.confEspecially around line 45. The was an update a while ago that broke the CSS file and resulted in an issue similar to what you're having.

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  • ThomasJ1 commented on ThomasJ1's instructable Wireless All Sky Camera
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    Hi Melanie, did you get this figured out?

    That's awesome Melanie. No snow yet in Northern Finland?

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  • ThomasJ1 commented on ThomasJ1's instructable Dragon Piggy Bank
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    That's so cool! I like the reflective wings and the glowy eyes!

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  • Grow Your Own Giant Sequoia Tree

    I would wait until they have new leaves coming from the middle. At that stage, the stem and roots will be stronger and less prone to breaking. Use something smooth like a spoon handle to slowly lift them individually. Try to keep some soil around the roots and transplant them into a new pot with similar soil composition.

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  • Grow Your Own Giant Sequoia Tree

    These seedlings look great! I would just get the cheapest spray fungicide from the hardware store (usually copper based I believe). That'll do just fine. It's just to protect them from stem rot at a young age. Once they start making new leaves in the center, they are more sturdy.

    Hello, sorry for the late reply. With the cling wrap on the seeding trays, the moisture content is likely to stay high which is good to prevent dehydration at that early stage of the seedling (as long as you poked enough holes) however it is also prone to fungi growth as well. Stem rot is a common problem at this stage. I would recommend the use of fungicide if you can. You can spray it on the soil at anytime.If you decide to remove the cling wrap, make sure to add a little bit of water everyday to keep the soil moist.

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  • Grow Your Own Giant Sequoia Tree

    Hi Peleg, try spraying the paper towel with a fungicide. That should keep the mold from developing inside the plastic bag.

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  • Equatorial Platform for the North

    Yes, I am using a 3/4" threaded rod but a bolt will work the same way. Just drill a hole on each end. One is for the motor which gets attached with a small allen key, the other hole is for a pin to keep the worm gear centred.The gear is from here: https://www.sdp-si.com/products/Gears/Spur-Gears-72-Pitch.php They also have worm gears if you don't want to make your own.I'll check at home where the rest of the design is.

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  • ThomasJ1 commented on ThomasJ1's instructable Wireless All Sky Camera
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    Nice! I added you to the map.

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  • Grow Your Own Giant Sequoia Tree

    Hey Brady, that's a good question. What I like to do is to dig a small hole with a pencil and put the seed with the root at the bottom. That way it's already in a vertical position.I make the hole deep enough so that the top of the seed envelope is just clearing the soil surface. That way I know where is is in the future.However, just laying them flat and sprinkling some dirt over should work too. You just need to make sure the seed is no deeper than an inch in the soil.In nature, the seed envelope usually stays in the ground and the seedling starts as an upside down U shape. With our method you may have to help the seedling get rid of its envelope in some cases.

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  • Equatorial Platform for the North

    The 30 degree angle is because I live a latitude 60. (90 - 60 = 30). It doesn't have to be too precise. You can shim the south or north end to align the axis with polaris.The height of front and back should be about the same. If the top is not horizontal, the telescope may fall over at some point.The curve is specific to the platform, not to the latitude. I could have made a 45 degree platform with a conventional vertical segment but I would have to raise the south side so much that the telescope would be quite off balance.The vertical segments only depend on the distance from the platform axis. However, in my case, the axis is 60 degrees from horizontal. Some may have 40 or 20, hence the different vertical segments for each platform.

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  • ThomasJ1 commented on ThomasJ1's instructable Wireless All Sky Camera
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    I haven't seen this personally but some users have reported the issue with ASI120 cameras. I am unsure if this is a firmware issue or not.

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  • ThomasJ1 commented on ThomasJ1's instructable Wireless All Sky Camera
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    Thanks for the report. I haven't saved my images in PNG format in a long time so I will have to test it.JPEGs are much smaller so it may be related to image size or dark subtraction or both. I'll give it a shot at home.

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  • Grow Your Own Giant Sequoia Tree

    They look really healthy. Congrats on growing those 2 trees.

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  • ThomasJ1 commented on ThomasJ1's instructable Wireless All Sky Camera
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    That's awesome, thanks for sharing your build. I like the Peltier addition. Let us know how if it works well.

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  • ThomasJ1 commented on ThomasJ1's instructable Wireless All Sky Camera
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    Quel objectif as tu mis sur la camera?

    Si je me souviens bien, cet objectif fourni un champ de vision de 150 degres avec un capteur 1/3", ce qui est deja bien mais ne couvre pas tout le ciel. J'utilise un objectif Arecont 1.55mm avec une ASI224MC qui me permet de couvrir pratiquement tout le ciel.

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    Je vais regarder comment configurer la carte vu que ton objectif ne couvre pas tout le ciel.Aussi, j'ai remarque que tes liens vers timelapse, keograms et startrails ne fonctionnent pas. Je pense que ca vient du fait que ta page d'accueil n'est pas dans le dossier /allskyTu peux arranger le probleme en modifiant index.html et en enlevant la partie /allsky de ces liens<li><a href="../allsky/videos" title="Archived Timelapses"><i class="fa fa-2x fa-fw fa-play-circle"></i></a></li> <li><a href="../allsky/keograms" title="Archived Keograms"><i class="fa fa-2x fa-fw fa-barcode"></i></a></li> <li><a href="../allsky/startrails" title="Archi…

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    Je vais regarder comment configurer la carte vu que ton objectif ne couvre pas tout le ciel.Aussi, j'ai remarque que tes liens vers timelapse, keograms et startrails ne fonctionnent pas. Je pense que ca vient du fait que ta page d'accueil n'est pas dans le dossier /allskyTu peux arranger le probleme en modifiant index.html et en enlevant la partie /allsky de ces liens<li><a href="../allsky/videos" title="Archived Timelapses"><i class="fa fa-2x fa-fw fa-play-circle"></i></a></li> <li><a href="../allsky/keograms" title="Archived Keograms"><i class="fa fa-2x fa-fw fa-barcode"></i></a></li> <li><a href="../allsky/startrails" title="Archived Startrails"><i class="fa fa-2x fa-fw fa-circle-o-notch"></i></a></li>

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  • ThomasJ1 commented on ThomasJ1's instructable Wireless All Sky Camera
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    Il manque une double apostrophe at la fin de cette ligne dans le fichier config.jstitle: "ST APO,

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  • ThomasJ1 commented on ThomasJ1's instructable Wireless All Sky Camera
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    Bonjour David, Peux-tu me donner quelques details supplémentaires afin que je puisse t'aider. Le script ftp-settings.sh contient les informations pour la connexion vers ton site. Tu peux utiliser FileZilla ou un logiciel similaire pour verifier que ton identifiant, mot de passe et host sont corrects.

    Dans ce cas, il faut peut etre voir avec OVH pour confirmer que les identifiants fonctionnent correctement (identifiant, mot de passe et serveur).

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  • ThomasJ1 commented on ThomasJ1's instructable Wireless All Sky Camera
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    If you bring daytime exposure to a low value (1000) it will be close to real time. You can view the image on the GUI. Turn the lens by slow increments until the image is sharp.

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    There's no graduation and the threads are really fine. That's why it feels like it's turning forever. Do the focus by day and it'll give you a pretty good approximation of the focus you need for the stars. Then at night, you'll only have to change the focus slightly. Make a pencil mark on the lens to remember the position once you've found the right focal length.

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    I haven't tried but I think it would work. You'll probably have to specify the full path though. Something like /home/pi/pictures/darks/20_dark.png

    Can you try leaving width and height to their default value? 0 means max height and max width.If you want to reduce the image size, try using bin 2 instead.

    I haven't tested the preview option since the RPi4 came out. There might be a bug there. I'll take a look. I usually use the GUI instead for viewing images during day or night but that may not be an option in your case.

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  • ThomasJ1 commented on ThomasJ1's instructable Wireless All Sky Camera
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    The path for the dark file is near the bottom of config.sh. You can change it there and restart the allsky service.

    You need to modify /etc/lighttpd/lighttpd.conf directly. Modifying the one in the GUI folder won't fix the issue.You will need sudo to modify /etc/lighttpd/lighttpd.confI would do it straight from the terminalsudo nano /etc/lighttpd/lighttpd.confThen hit ctrl+x to saveand then y for yesthen restart the lighttpd service

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    What does this command say now?lighttpd -t -f lighttpd.conf

    Yes, that’s the problem. Your /etc/lighttpd/lighttpd.conf file is different. It should have these 2 lines near the bottom:include_shell "/usr/share/lighttpd/use-ipv6.pl " + server.portinclude_shell "/usr/share/lighttpd/create-mime.conf.pl"include "/etc/lighttpd/conf-enabled/*.conf"

    Oh I think you need to pass the full path of the config file.lighttpd -t -f /etc/lighttpd/lighttpd.conf

    Oh I think you need to pass the full path of the config file.lighttpd -t -f /etc/lighttpd/lighttpd.conf

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  • ThomasJ1 commented on ThomasJ1's instructable Wireless All Sky Camera
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    Make sure the new changes made it all the way to your /etc/lighttpd/lighttpd.conf file. Near the bottom, there should be a line that says include_shell "/usr/share/lighttpd/create-mime.conf.pl"

    There should be a space between -t and -f

    I usually cover the dome manually, take darks and then resume capture normally. But that only works because my camera is at ground level. However, once you've taken the set of darks, you shouldn't need to take more in the future. One way to generate these darks would be to place the camera in a freezer and bring it out to room temperature. That would cover a range from 0 to 20C.

    Darn, that's a stubborn issue. You can test you config file by running this command: lighttpd -t -f lighttpd.confit'll tell you if there is an issue with the file itself.

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  • ThomasJ1 commented on ThomasJ1's instructable Wireless All Sky Camera
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    I just did a fresh install on a Pi4 and there was indeed an error in lighttpd.conf. I have fixed the code. Can you try again with the latest changes?

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