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INDI Library v1.7.6 Released. (27 Feb 2019)

First release of 2019 comes with quite a few new drivers across the board along with significant performance improvements to INDI camera and live streaming performance. Many drivers received significant updates to improve performance & stability, while a few were re-written from scratch to be in line with INDI standards. Here are some of the highlights:

Issue with EOS80D on rpI3

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Issue with EOS80D on rpI3 was created by Christian

Hi all,

i have an issue when i use my eos 80d than i don't have with my eos 1000D. When i plug my 1000D on my raspi with latest indi drivers, in remote from my laptop, it's work fine (i use also the latest kstars version). On Indi panel i have the good name (Canon DSLR EOS_1000D) on the tab.
I can use the new liveview mode with at 21 frames/sec, etc. etc... Good !

But, if i plug my 80D, only appear "Canon" on the Indi panel Tab and i have on the eos screen an error 70. the Indi driver connect to my dslr, in the "other" tab i have the good name (Canon EOS 80D) but i can nothing to do. I tryed to set the image and pixel size resolution but that change nothing.

I also tested use my 80D directly, in local, on my laptop. The starting Indi procedure is ok, no error 70 on dslr. I can do a lot of pictures but when i want use the liveview mode, i receive an message that said that : "KStars detected INDI driver indi_canon_ccd crashed. Please check INDI server log in the Device Manager.". I have the same behavior with the 1000D...

why it doesn't work on my rpi ? the USB current power on the rpi is to weak ?

In attach, the file log. Look at line 980, i have a strange message...
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Replied by Maxchess on topic Issue with EOS80D on rpI3

I had a similar problem when my Canon 1100D worked fine but not a later model. I found the answer was to use the indi-gphoto driver.
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Replied by Christian on topic Issue with EOS80D on rpI3

Hi Maxchess,

thank you for your reply but indi_canon_ccd is a symbolic link to the indi_gphoto_ccd (it's a shortcut). I don't think that change something.
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Replied by Christian on topic Issue with EOS80D on rpI3

I continue searching solution on my problem. I tested with an usb hub powered but nothing change.

rpi3> gphoto2 --auto-detect
Modèle Port
USB PTP Class Camera usb:001,009

it detect a camera (with or without the hub) but it doesn't detect the model.

But on my laptop :
laptop> gphoto2 --auto-detect
Modèle Port
Canon EOS 80D usb:003,005

I use the same libgphoto (last version compiled) on the rpi3 and laptop.
With the latest kstars version, on the laptop, i can do a live video at 26/27 img/s :-)


the only difference is the linux Mate version. On laptop i use the 18.04.1 and 16.04.5 on rpi3.

I'm would not do change the version on rpi3 because i must rebuild completely the sd card because i have not enought space for the automatic upgrade.

anyboby have a idea ?
2 months 2 weeks ago #34847

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Replied by knro on topic Issue with EOS80D on rpI3

sudo apt-add-repository ppa:mutlaqja/libgphoto2
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get -y dist-upgrade
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Replied by Christian on topic Issue with EOS80D on rpI3

Thank you Jasem.

i finished by find the problem. In fact, when i compile indi_gphoto_ccd he use the good libgphoto2 version; if i do a ldd indi_gphoto_ccd i find the good path for the library. But, after the "make install" if i do a "ldd /usr/local/bin/indi_gphoto_ccd" the library used is not the same but an old that not support the eso80d.
I only added in the /etc/ld.so.conf at the first line the path to my libraries (/usr/local/lib) and i redo a ldconfig. Now, the indi_gphoto_ccd use the good libgphoto2.
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