I'm trying the QHY268C.
QHY268C(PhotoGraphic Version) can be captured on Windows 10, but Ekos (INDI) has not succeeded in capturing.
When I capture with Ekos, I can capture the first one, but after that, the exposure is interrupted or the capture freezes.
Device I/O errors are logged in dmesg.
I want to use this camera, but it's too new and there is very little information.
I attach the Ekos log and the result of qhy_ccd_test.
I checked the version I'm using.
indi-gpsd: arm64 / focal 0.5 ~ 202005191033 ~ ubuntu20.04.1
libindi1: arm64 / focal 1.8.6 ~ 202005180342 ~ ubuntu20.04.1
GPSD is working fine in this version.
I got the latest binaries with apt update & apt upgrade.
Is there an old indi_gpsd somewhere?
# which indi_gpsd
Thanks for the update.
It worked as expected!
Thank you for the advice.
I am using a nightly build to validate.
Is this a problem only for me?
I checked the package version.
libindi1 is as follows:
$ apt-show-versions --allversions libindi1 libindi1:arm64 1.8.6~202005151524~ubuntu20.04.1 install ok installed libindi1:arm64 1.8.5~202004252003~ubuntu20.04.1 focal ppa.launchpad.net libindi1:arm64 1.8.6~202005151524~ubuntu20.04.1 focal ppa.launchpad.net libindi1:arm64/focal 1.8.6~202005151524~ubuntu20.04.1 uptodate
$ apt-show-versions --allversions indi-gpsd indi-gpsd:arm64 0.5~202004201855~ubuntu20.04.1 install ok installed indi-gpsd:arm64 0.5~202004201855~ubuntu20.04.1 focal ppa.launchpad.net indi-gpsd:arm64/focal 0.5~202004201855~ubuntu20.04.1 uptodate
indi-gpsd 0.5~202004201855~ubuntu20.04.1 indi-aagcloudwatcher 1.4~202004201952~ubuntu20.04.1 indi-fli 1.5~202004201901~ubuntu20.04.1 indi-nightscape 1.0~202004210649~ubuntu20.04.1 indi-qsi 0.9~202004201721~ubuntu20.04.1
When I run indi_gpsd from the command line, I get the same error.
symbol lookup error: indi_gpsd: undefined symbol: _ZN4INDI13DefaultDeviceD2Ev"
I have a problem that can't connect to indi-gpsd.
gpsd is working fine and I can get the info with cgps.
The version of indi-gpsd is indi-gpsd 0.5 ~ 202004201855 ~ ubuntu18.04.1 amd64.
When connecting to INDI server with Ekos, the following message is output to the log window.
Unable to establish remote device:
Please ensure remote name corresponds to actual device name.
I was able to connect without problems in the previous version.
Have there been any changes to the gpsd driver?
It takes time to find the camera that mirror lockup works correctly.
If we have simple commands and procedures to investigate, I think many people will try it.
I will try a new build tonight.
Thank you for your information.
I understood that mirror lockup Enable/Disable is not working properly.
The operation seems to be different in some camera models.
Is there a way to disable mirror lockup?
I am worried that the camera will be damaged, as errors will show on the camera side.
I have a problem.
I am using Canon T7i (X9i).
The INDI module I am using is indi-gphoto (2.2 to 201807161307 ~ ubuntu 16.04.1).
Although 1 second capture works, can not capture longer than that (eg 2 seconds).
If the capture operation fails, all subsequent capture commands will not be accepted and capture will be impossible.
Sometimes Err 70 is displayed on the camera.
I will attach a log.
When using Canon EOS 600D, there seems to be no trouble.
Are there any advice?
I tried your advice. It worked very well!
A memory leak has not occurred.
The problem is solved with the latest nightly builds.
I checked my environment.
Cause my nightly builds automatic download script seemed to be failing.
Also, as you say, note that this problem occurs on the current stable version.
I feel the same way. I am in trouble in exactly the same situation.
If you can reproduce the problem, can you post a log?
It will surely help you to analyze the situation.
The normal log is as follows.
INFO 1001.632236 sec : Exposure done, downloading image... DEBUG 1007.745475 sec : read_libraw: raw_width: 6288 top_margin 0 left_margin 0 first_visible_pixel 0 DEBUG 1007.780411 sec : read_libraw: rawdata.sizes.width: 6288 rawdata.sizes.height 4056 memsize 51008256 bayer_pattern RGGB DEBUG 1007.900445 sec : read_libraw: memsize (51008256) naxis (2) w (6288) h (4056) bpp (16) pattern (RGGB) DEBUG 1008.470803 sec : Uploading file. Ext: fits, Size: 51013440, sendImage? Yes, saveImage? No DEBUG 1009.271505 sec : Upload complete
INFO 1052.571810 sec : Exposure done, downloading image... ERROR 1057.966632 sec : Cannot convert /tmp/indi_V62GLb : Unsufficient memory ERROR 1057.967516 sec : Exposure failed to parse raw image.
Count %MEM VSZ RSS COMMAND 1 10.2 150068 96820 indi_canon_ccd 2 13.7 183432 129996 indi_canon_ccd 3 17.2 216544 163108 indi_canon_ccd 4 20.7 249664 196228 indi_canon_ccd 5 24.1 282784 229348 indi_canon_ccd 6 27.6 315916 262480 indi_canon_ccd 7 31.1 349064 295628 indi_canon_ccd 8 34.6 382224 328788 indi_canon_ccd 9 38.1 415392 361956 indi_canon_ccd 10 41.6 448560 395124 indi_canon_ccd
Thanks for your advice.
Both "Single Window Open" and "Single Preview Tab" have been checked in my setting options.
It seems that this is not the cause, as the INDI server and the KStars client are running on separate machines.
I have a problem.
I was capturing using canon T7i.
I download the captured image to the client in FITS format.
After 15 consecutive captures, KStars output the following error.
Cannot convert /tmp/indi_V62GLb : Unsufficient memory Exposure failed to parse raw image.