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Indigo Sky

Free Indigo Sky 2022-08-11

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INDIGO Sky is a free Raspbian based image customized for running INDIGO easily and seamlessly on a Raspberry Pi.

We provide 32 and 64-bit OS images. The images work with Raspberry Pi generations:

  • Raspberry Pi 2 Mod. B runs with 32-bit image only (requires an external WiFi USB dongle when operated in WiFi mode)
  • Raspberry Pi 3 Mod. A+ runs with 32 and 64-bit images (32-bit image recommended)
  • Raspberry Pi 3 Mod. B runs with 32 and 64-bit images (32-bit image recommemded)
  • Raspberry Pi 3 Mod. B+ runs with 32 and 64-bit images (32-bit image recommended)
  • Raspberry Pi 4 Mod. B runs with 32 and 64-bit images (32-bit image recommended for 1GB and 2GB models)
Even though INDIGO is truly multi platform framework, some of its parts are tied to POSIX operating systems, so first make sure INDIGO is really what you need.

The client application, the piece of the software you communicate with, can run virtually on any operating system. For example Ain INDIGO Imager suite, runs on Linux and Windows and CloudMakers astrophotography suite runs on MacOS and maintain the highest compatibility with INDIGO, but there are also third party clients with full (e.g. APT and PixInsight with an INDIGO plug-in) or limited compatibility (e.g. Ekos). You can also use any ASCOM 6.5+ based software and use it with the so-called ALPACA agent, a bridge between INDIGO and ASCOM/ALPACA.
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