Even a full reinstall of indi / ekos doesn't work.
Found in the forum that 2 months ago qhy changed the name of their library from libqhy to libqhyccd but this was fixed immediately after by Jasem.
I'm running Ubuntu 16.04 mate on a rpi3.
Too bad this happens when the weather is nice after months of clouds and snow....
Have you installed libqhy or indi-qhy yourself before? You have something on your system that interferes with this. Is this on RPI3 or x86-64 system?
EDIT: Ok I know why. For some reason, the QHY SDK is reserving TOO much memory (~780 MB) but its actual use is very little, but this is leading to errors in memory use. This is not a problem on StellarMate due to memory compression but on a regular RPI3 it would be a problem. I'll try to find out why it is reserving so much memory.
I have attempted this solution and the problem wasn't resolved for my QHY5-M. It is showing the "Exposure Timeout" error since the update released 08/04/2018.
I have a QHY5-L-ii-c that seems to work without any failures but I would rather not guide using the colour cam. Any suggestions?
Your issue seems not related to the one discussed here. Whenever I have a timeout error I power off/on the camera and restart indi. Usually it is sufficient to fix the issue.
Yesterday a new release was available, have you tried to update?
If this won't fix it I suggest you post here your log file.
Hello, last night I fired up Ekos & Indi for the first time in a few months. I did an update of kstars-bleeding and indi-full on my Raspberry Pi 3 Model B, running Ubuntu Mate 16.04.
After trying to start indiserver for my QHY 5L II (Mono) using indi_qhy_ccd I get the following exception on the console:
2018-09-12T21:27:56: startup: indiserver -v indi_qhy_ccd
2018-09-12T21:27:56: Driver indi_qhy_ccd: pid=2114 rfd=3 wfd=6 efd=7
2018-09-12T21:27:56: listening to port 7624 on fd 4
2018-09-12T21:27:56: Driver indi_qhy_ccd: indi_qhy_ccd: error while loading shared libraries: libqhyccd.so.2: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
2018-09-12T21:27:56: Driver indi_qhy_ccd: stderr EOF
Child process 2114 died
Can anyone advise if there is a workaround for this issue with QHY cameras on the latest driver? Am I missing something from my update process?