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INDI Library v1.8.5 Released (19 Apr 2020)

April 2020 release of INDI Library v1.8.5 introduces new drivers while providing fixes and improvements to existing devices and core framework.

many warning messages from indi server

1 year 4 months ago
astropaul
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many warning messages from indi server #33442
Hi all,
I'm using indi server on my raspberry PI with ubuntu mate.
I strart the indi server from command line and than I connect to raspberry PI via wifi from my lpatop with kubuntu and kastar ekos.

This night I tried to take some shot to the Orion Nebula, plannig to take 20 photos (20 counts).
Suddenly after 5 photos the ekos was not able to dowload and store the photo while the count has go head....

From command line I see many of this messages:

TIFFReadCustomDirectory: Warinig data type 3 for "PixelXDimension"; tag ignored.

TIFFReadCustomDirectory: Warinig unknow filed with tag 40965 (0xa005) encountered

TIFFReadCustomDirectory: Warning Photometric tag is missing, assuming data is YCbCr

TIFFReadCustomDirectory: Warning SamplesPerPixel tag is missing applying coorecct SamplesPerPixel value of 3

TIFFReadCustomDirectory: Warning Subsampling tag is not set, yet subsampling inside jpeg data [2,1]
does not match values [2,2], assuming subsampling inside jpeg fata is correct.

Thanks in adavance
Paolo

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1 year 4 months ago
phomer60
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many warning messages from indi server #33446
Paolo,
It may be useful to indicate what camera you are using.
Are you sure the memory card has not run out of space or have some other issue?
Paul

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1 year 4 months ago
astropaul
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many warning messages from indi server #33457
Hi PHOMER60,
you are right.
I'm using a Canon 50D attached directly to my Raspberry via USB and all images taken from my Canon are downloaded directly to my laptop (that it is connected via wireless to my Raspberry PI).
Of course in my laptop there is enough free disk space available.

Thanks.
Paolo

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