One possible reason could be the wrong "pier side". In such a case and I do plate solving several times, the first one in home position, then always moving a little (1-2 degrees) on RA axis. After the 3rd or 4th plate solving this problem is solved.
I had same issue with my old ASI 120MM (USB2), then I sold it somebody, who uses it in windows enviroment without any issue.
My final solution was the ASI 120MM-S (USB3). It works perfectly under linux. According to ZWO the ASI 120mm mini (USB2) should works also under INDI, but I did not want to take the risk again with an USB2 camera.
Hi, Is there new firmware for ASI1600? Could you share a link to this.
It helps a bit, ( I set 5 frames), but it still is far-far away from the performance under AB.
Has anyone found a solution to the lag? I have installed the FC on SM as it was described (many thanks for it) with heap 1024 then 512 but it's extremely slow the whole system.
Under Astrobbery is works like a charm, I don't understand what could be the difference.
When I run the ./start.dh, I always get this error message:
./start.sh: line 33: ./jre/bin/java: No such file or directory
I check it and it's there
First of all, thank you very much for this guide. I know it's far away from the proper way, (taking the risk of destroying the debian), but I got a working system under Debian raspbian PI4 at least - more or less- .
Finally my question is have you managed to install the astrometry.net too after the KSTARS and INDI?