rlancaste wrote: Hi Jamie, could you also take a look at building the other 3rd party drivers? We are not building many of them and there are more available that we could build. We are already doing gphoto, eqmod, cloudwatcher, spectracyber, maxdomeII and sx. Three that I am particularly interested in are the ZWO/ASI, the SBIG, and the DSI. I started trying to modify the code to make them work, but I was having trouble. You will find my lines of code in the script commented out. Please take a look at your convenience. Thanks!
Work has been crazy busy lately- I will try to take a look at the doc steps and see if I can help there.
The merge looked fine - not sure why I didn't get notified if there was a PR. Since it is merged in to master you should probably remove the old brand if you are done.
Pull request merged, and branch deleted. Thanks!
when you build it does it crash?
looks like I did a brew install indi-atik, which broke my libindi stuff.
I will see if I can regroup from that.
It doesn't crash, it just fails.
Do you mean a separate command?
@knro I see that you posted a similar question on the astrometry.net github repo, I did in fact have multiple versions laying around. I cleaned up a bunch of the old ones and it seems better now.
sudo find / -name image2pnm\* /home/jamie/projects/astrometry.net/util/image2pnm.py /home/jamie/projects/astrometry.net/bin/image2pnm /usr/local/astrometry/bin/image2pnm /usr/local/astrometry/lib/python/astrometry/util/image2pnm.py
I have this working with the simulator the other day, But now it is failing.
When I try to solve the output from the CCD simulator I get the following error with verbose enabled in the log:
2016-12-05T19:35:10 Solver failed. Try again. 2016-12-05T19:35:10 Reading input file 1 of 1: "/tmp/fitsnH6654"... 2016-12-05T19:35:10 /usr/local/astrometry/bin/solve-field --no-verify --no-plots --resort --downsample 2 -O -L 26.5497 -H 36.6805 -u aw -3 23.4917 -4 30.5514 -5 30 -W /tmp/solution.wcs /tmp/fitsnH6654 2016-12-05T19:35:10 Starting solver... 2016-12-05T19:35:10 Image received. 2016-12-05T19:35:09 Capturing image...
/usr/local/astrometry/bin/solve-field --no-verify --no-plots --resort --downsample 2 -O -L 26.5497 -H 36.6805 -u aw -3 23.4917 -4 30.5514 -5 30 -W /tmp/solution.wcs /tmp/fitsnH6654 Reading input file 1 of 1: "/tmp/fitsnH6654"... Usage: image2pnm [options] image2pnm: error: no such option: --mydir augment-xylist.c:589:backtick Failed to run command: /usr/local/astrometry/bin/image2pnm --infile /tmp/fitsnH6654 --uncompressed-outfile /tmp/tmp.uncompressed.gjITLS --outfile /tmp/tmp.ppm.zved0D --ppm --mydir /usr/local/astrometry/bin/solve-field ioutils.c:567:run_command_get_outputs Command failed: return value 2
--no-verify --no-plots --resort --downsample 2 -O -L 26.5497 -H 36.6805 -u aw -3 23.4917 -4 30.5514 -5 30
I am trying another build.
I haven't seen anything like that before - it implies the libindi.1.dylib isn't there.
What os version?
OK - I solved my own problem. Offline didn't work either, was getting a sage error.
Long story short - it appears that the --no-fits2fits option doesn't/no longer exists. removing it from my command got me on my way