Lead_weight wrote: Is there any reason you wouldn't want to run this all the time?
knro wrote: Over the last few days we've been working on a new tool: Ekos Debugger.
This tool would make submission of logs more convenient for end users. It's available in the Nightly PPA night:
sudo apt-get -y install ekos-debugger
It is still under development. Some features requires latest nightly KStars as well since it controls what kind of logs are turned on/off via DBus and this was just added a few hours ago to Ekos.
It is used to diagnose both KStars and INDI, each separately in a dedicated tab. If a user experienced a crash in Ekos, then they would launch the Ekos Debugger and then run KStars from there. If KStars crash again, it will be caught and the user can simple click save to get the zip file which they can upload to the forum for example. It's hosted in Github: github.com/knro/ekosdebugger
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