Follow the instructions in step 3. Once you've started gdb, then open up ekos. Click "Add new profile" under "1.Select profile". Change the Mode from "Local" to "Remote" and then select the "Meade Deep Sky Imager" for the CCD. Leave everything else at the default and hit save. Click the "Start" button under "2. Start and Stop Ekos". I'm hoping you'll see the driver crash and drop into the GDB shell. If that happens, type "bt" and hit enter and then post the results here.
I think I have the correct log for you.
I am using Ubuntu studio on both 32 and 64 bit machine . Both will not connect to the DSI in Ekos using the meade driver int he dropdown list.I have attache the log file.
With the DSI plugged in I then went to the start button in ekos to open my profile. I only have the Meade DSI in my profile.
There appears to be something wrong with your installation. The DSI driver is missing a symbol, which is likely caused by a missing library. Did you install indi via apt or dpkg? That shouldn't allow this to happen.
Can you post the output of the following command:
ldd $(which indi_dsi_ccd)
INDI can control Meade DSI Pro I/II CCDs via the indi_dsi_ccd driver. Under Ubuntu, you can install the driver via:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:mutlaqja/ppa
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install indi-dsi
The driver support basic capture and adjustment of gain.
Once you're connected, you can capture images as FITS from the camera.
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Meade DSI Pro (I/II)