I set up initially GC/Maslow on my Mac, but I wanted a dedicated machine. So I set it up on an RPi3.
I’m running Kivy Pie + 7in LCD Touch. It’s inconvenient (but possible) to attach a keyboard to the Pi, so I was trying to set it up thru SSH. With my limited coding knowledge I was able to identify groundcontrol.ini as the place where the Calibration and Macro settings are stored.
If I make changes to the groundcontrol.ini file on the Mac, they are reflected on GC app on the Mac. If I make changes to the groundcontrol.ini file on the Pi they are not reflected in the app, and vise versa. If I hookup a keyboard and make changes to the app, it is not reflected in the ini file.
I am looking at the file in the home directory (~/groundcontrol.ini), and I have restarted the app and Pi several times after making changes.
Any reason these changes wouldn’t be reflected on a Linux system?
For initial setup, I can just use a keyboard and manually transfer the numbers, but, more importantly, if I want to change the Macros in the future, I would like to do that remotely.