You are incredible ... and astounding: fast and efficient like a jasem will be the next aphorism ...
knro wrote: Ok issue added, hopefully it will make it into next release: invent.kde.org/education/kstars/-/issues/55
Hi, and happy new year
First I wish to thanks Jasem for all the wonderfull features of Indi/Ekos he already add...but...yes there's a "but", I think this cool/warm by step is a very good idea.
At this time I do it manually, setting the temp parameter step by step to avoid (or less) stress on the peltier stage and camera.
Is there a simple way to come in the part of ekos where we specify temp, and so comunnicate with this part ? Eventually, through the indi server ?
Sorry I'm on my smartphone. I don't find the exact reference but...
It is the script that Bilbo was talking about on page 4.
Just a little message to thank you : the udev rules works fine for my DFK23U445 !!
Sory for that message, I found the solution here https://indilib.org/forum/ccds-dslrs/218-dmk41-au02-as-how-to-configure-it-with-indi.html?start=36
The Imaging Source' forum is'nt anymore online but the solution was written in a message archive on this forum and works great for me.
....As almways it's a wonderfull community here
Beeing unable to run a T7 clone of the asi120m , I'm tempting to use another cmera for guiding under linux.
I own a DFK23U445 from The Imaging Source.
I tried it with DMK and V4L2 driver under linux, none of them seems to work. (Are they the same ?)
The camera is working with the tcam-capture software I have download here so the cam is OK under linux but I don't know which of the drivers I have to use for INDI and if I need to add some special option
If someone can help, I will appreciate a lot !
Maybe you can try to contact him. He replied me fast last time.
I already sent him an email where I noticed the ln - s process.
He replied me good news.
But nothing else because it's, for him, an old driver.
Yes I tried binning too. But this is a software binning and I 'm not sure it is done in the camera before it send images via USB.
Yop...sadly, it happens to me.... Grrrr
nmac wrote: That puzzle means the camera can't download the image correctly, USB problems.It happened to me too and it's common with these cameras (USB2 Versions).
nmac wrote: First, no hubs in the middle, they just don't work with the majority of hubs. Directly connected to RPi. Second flash the compatible firmware of the ASI120MM.
Third, USB bandwidth at 40.
Thanks! One more step, make sure it's on 8 bit mode.