Atik is working again on ubuntu with this driver:
Oh happy day
I found this message
x86 Replace wrong arm libraries in Intel x86 directory (#56) yesterday
Many Thanks to pchev
Ok .Meanwhile I did some more tests:
Ubuntu 19.10 see previous message
raspi buster works
artemis on windows works
guiding cam qhy works on ubuntu
This is no problem with cables.
What shall I do? Compile indilib for myself?
Help me Obi Wan
After the last update from the stable ppa I get this messages on starting the indiserver:
:~$ indiserver indi_atik_ccd 2020-02-04T17:23:33: startup: indiserver indi_atik_ccd Child process 13070 died 2020-02-04T17:23:34: Driver indi_atik_ccd: stderr EOF <delProperty device="Atik 460ex"/> ... 2020-02-04T17:23:45: Driver indi_atik_ccd: Terminated after #10 restarts. 2020-02-04T17:23:45: good bye
Sorry, property is set again. Don't know why.
Atik driver does not fill CCD.FILE_PATH.FILE_PATH after recent update but Simulator does.
pch wrote: Do you try to set the other values of CCD_FRAME all at a time?
indi_setprop "Atik 314L.CCD_FRAME.X=100;Y=100;WIDTH=600;HEIGHT=400"
What an idea! Yes this really works.
So I only have to adjust my script.
On my Atik 460 subframing does not work.
indi_setprop "Atik 460ex.CCD_FRAME.WIDTH=600" does not change Atik 460ex.CCD_FRAME.WIDTH
Same with Atik 460ex.CCD_FRAME.X
Frames became smaller, one Pixel is missing in each direction. What is this good for?
I've tested 1.30 with indiserver 1.7.4. with my own script for the needs of spectroscopy. The simple script communicates with the indiserver via indi_setprop and indi_getprop. Everything I tested worked well with the exception I mentioned earlier in this thread. The problem existed also in 1.29 so is more a problem of the code, not where the code resides.
So once again:
Human will is the kingdom of heaven!
1.30 was found but I was not able to set frame start and frame height via
indi_setprop "Atik 460ex CCD.CCD_FRAME.X=200" indi_setprop "Atik 460ex CCD.CCD_FRAME.HEIGHT=500"
Switching back to 1.26
I think one should remove older atikccd completely prior to install 1.30
sudo apt purge atikccd
to remove the remaining libs in /usr/lib and indi_atik_xml in /usr/share/indi/.
Strange this move to local but
Your desire is your heaven.