Wow, this is really good news. Sounds like one step forward. I'll post again on their message board.
Thanks! Do you think its a problem with the QHY drivers? The message does not seem to come from the indi driver code, correct?
Frankly, it seems to be pretty hopeless to wait for QHY support.
Otherwise the driver works quite well, I can capture frames.... its all fine.
Any idea how I could work around this problem?
Thanks for checking!
Unfortunately, I dont see a guide tab (see screen shot).
When I start the indi_qhy_ccd there is an error message. Maybe that's the root cause (see second screen shot).
I'm using an indi server on RPI (with UbuntuMATE 15.10 and the latest indi software which I get from PPA). Have a QHY-6 connected to it as my guiding cam. The capture module works well with this setup. However, I'm not getting a guiding tab. Attaching a screen shot and a kstars.log file.
Any ideas how to fix that?
Best Regards and thanks in advance
I just wanted to let the community know the latest status on this:
(1) The wrong library name is an official debian bug - no idea when they will fix it.
(2) I removed the dependency from the package
(3) Created a symbolic link for libcfitsio3 for dynamic linking
-> Picture taking works fine now.
Let's see what happens when the bug is corrected...
Thanks to everyone for their answers.
thanks for this hint. The good news #1 is: The package can be installed in this way. The good news #2 is: I can start indi_atik_ccd and it talks to my camera. The bad news is: This confuses the package manager and apt-get becomes virtually useless. So, this is only a solution for a short time.
Will make more tests tomorrow night or so. Maybe I will terminate my Ubuntu adventure and go back to Raspian and build everything from scratch.
thanks for your quick answer!
Unfortunately the same problem with the newer library version 0.45.
The suggested command does not work (package cannot be found)
libcfitsio3 does not seem to exist. There is a libcfitsio3-dev which is already up top date on my RPI2.
First of all I would like to thank the whole community for a superb job done on all the INDI development.
I have installed INDI V1.2.0 on RPI2 running Ubuntu Mate for RPI2. I took it from the PPA repository thru an installation of kstars-bleeding. The installation does not install ATIK drivers and I have attempted to install the atikccd-0.41-armhf.deb 3rd-party package. Installed all the dependencies. However, I still having trouble with "Error: Dependency is not satisfiable: libcfitsio3".
What can I do?
Many thanks in advance for any tips.