I run the RPI with Stellarmate and I have the same issue on installed mark. When I click on the Installed button, the list is empty ! But into the Data management windows the file are in the installed list.
And more for some data the download never end. I have to close the data windows and into the Data management windows the file is in the installed list.
Did someone have tested Kstars on a Mac M1 ?
No issues ?
You have to add to the config.txt file this line:
That 's all.
When we can hope to connect this mount with Ekos please ? I can do it with Stellarmate.
INDI Library: 1.9.2
libqhy - 21.9.10+stable~202109131827~ubuntu20.04.1
I remove indi package: sudo apt remove indi-full
I reinstall it: sudo apt install indi-full
I load the libqhy package from the launchpad and install it.
The OS says it is the most recently version installed:
I try with a TinkerBoard with Nafabox. After an update, same issue !
I join a log of a manual camera connexion. Thank you for your help.
I have no issue running with Stellarmate on a RPI4.
I am in the south of France for an astrophoto week. I want to make dark just now, as yesterday, but now I have the message "Indi driver indi_qhy_ccd crashed. Restart it ?"
I try to change of USB port, chnge cable, reinstall the driver, Kstars. No way ! I use Firecapture to test the camera with no problem.
Could you help me before the end of this week please ?
After downloading the last update of v3.5.3, I was upset because creation of dark library was not corrected.
We can't setup time over 60 sec and step over 20 sec.
I tipped already this issue.
I make an update today and Kstars has been updated also. But an issue occurs when I try to launch EKos:
"Connection to indi host at localhost on port 7624 losted. Server deconnected."
I use Stellarmate on a RPi4 4Go. I built myself a little powerbox, with 5V-5A for the RPI4. The OS tells me the power is not enough power!
I try with an external power 5V-3A specially for RPI4 and I ha e the same message.
What's wrong ?
Ok It works. I forgot this parameter and yet I documented it in my French Ekos documentation!
Just one thing more, when I shot a preview, I have the message into the Capture tab " Setting rotation to X° E of N.." but not image is taken. The capture rounds in circle and in the end the capture is aborted. So next when I do again an astrometry the result is correct.
Thanks for all Jasem.
PS: Perhaps I am going to make a french Kstars planetarium documentation in addition to Ekos.
I can't get what I want. I do an astrometry on the object. Then I orientate the CCD Simulator for a suitable framing in the Rotator window with the up and down arrows of the PA field. Click OK. I capture a preview. I do another astrometry to check and it is not what I expect.
3 screenshots: first astrometry, framing into the rotator windows of the CCD Simulator, second astrometry after capturing a preview.