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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:

ZWO EFWmini (filter wheel)

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Replied by Magnus_e on topic ZWO EFWmini (filter wheel)

I had the same idea. ( KERNEL=="hidraw*", ATTRS{idVendor}=="03c3", ATTRS{idProduct}=="1f01", MODE="0666" )
So I tried the KERNEL rule without user, then adding myself to the users group, then changing the GROUP="users" parameter to my primary group.

Non of that worked on two Kubuntu systems. I have not tried on Rasbian yet, but might get the chance on saturday. When I'm at my obsy I will try on my Odroid with Lubuntu too. Thats my imaging server.

The ACTION=="add" rule does not name a group, so that should be fine.
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Replied by procras on topic ZWO EFWmini (filter wheel)

Sorry Rumen, you posted while I was composing my masterpiece.

I have thought of the group problem and had put myself in the group users to make sure this was not the issue.

Anyhow as requested I have tried the modifed rule
# ZWO filterwheel
SUBSYSTEMS=="usb", ATTRS{idVendor}=="03c3", ATTRS{idProduct}=="1f01", MODE="0666", SYMLINK+="ZWO_EFW"

This gives the same report when I start indiserver as a normal user and try to connect to it in EKOS
2017-01-05T22:03:33: Connect(): EFWOpen() = 4

P.S Magnus this is on my raspberry PI running Jessie
P.P.S more /etc/issue
Raspbian GNU/Linux 8 \n \l
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Replied by rumen on topic ZWO EFWmini (filter wheel)

I guess this must be the rule....
try this and report please, and I will add it to the repo
ACTION=="add", ATTRS{idVendor}=="03c3", ATTRS{idProduct}=="1f01", GROUP="users", MODE="0666"
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Replied by Magnus_e on topic ZWO EFWmini (filter wheel)

rumen wrote: I guess this must be the rule....
try this and report please, and I will add it to the repo
ACTION=="add", ATTRS{idVendor}=="03c3", ATTRS{idProduct}=="1f01", GROUP="users", MODE="0666"


Still works (Kubuntu).
May I ask what the importance of the GROUP="users" is for? 0666 is (6 = 4 + 2 [r+w]), so owner rw, group rw, everyone rw? Should not make a difference?

//Edit: To require a user to be member of users to have access to device it should be 0660
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Replied by rumen on topic ZWO EFWmini (filter wheel)

Just for consistency with other rules :)
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Replied by rumen on topic ZWO EFWmini (filter wheel)

Created pull request... waiting for Jasem to merge it...
Thank you everyone for testing and fixing this! :)
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Replied by procras on topic ZWO EFWmini (filter wheel)

Both of these rules work on my pi 3 Raspbian GNU/Linux 8, Kernel 4.438-v7+

My indiserver is
indiserver -v
2017-01-06T07:29:10: startup: indiserver -v
Usage: indiserver [options] driver [driver ...]
Purpose: server for local and remote INDI drivers
INDI Library: 1.3.1
Code $Rev$. Protocol 1.7.
...

I can use the wheel with
$ indiserver -v indi_asi_wheel
as my ordinary user without sudo
#ACTION=="add", ATTR{idVendor}=="03c3", ATTR{idProduct}=="1f01", MODE="0666"
# Filter Wheel
ACTION=="add", ATTRS{idVendor}=="03c3", ATTRS{idProduct}=="1f01", GROUP="users", MODE="0666"

Super!
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Replied by Frank on topic ZWO EFWmini (filter wheel)

Hi guys!
I am taking the advantage of this issue to ask you something related to this argument.
I'd like to buy a zwo mini wheel, but I don't understand if it is recognized by ekos. I proudly use ekos with a Macbook pro in which the kstars app is installed locally (i do not connect remotely).
Can you give me info before I buy the wheel?
Thank you in advance!
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Replied by Docerland on topic ZWO EFWmini (filter wheel)

Hi!
I have this filter wheel and it works very well with my ASI1600. I use a Macbook pro too so there should´t be any problems..
Erland
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Replied by Frank on topic ZWO EFWmini (filter wheel)

Oh! Perfect! It sounds very good. Thank you very much for your fast reply!
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