I'm gonna revive this thread only to ask if there are any newer tips about the procedure. Tonight I'll gonna try those steps from the 1st post.My main concern is that I had clearly visible stars but I got always the message "no stars detected". (Color camera, 5nm filter, 20" exposure)
I bet that mine will be 16bit too, cause as far as I can see those values are "stretched" to 16bit.
The point is how we proceed with that? Do we go with the max value for 16 bit? The max value for 14 bit (the actual true value)? Do we have to put the 30%, 50% of the max value in that field?
Ok I think I got it. One last question if you don't mind : "Desired ADU". How do you end up with that value?
My camera is 14 bit so my true ADU is 16000.
Could you please tell me in which auto option you are referring? You mean the value we put for ADU ?
I'm trying to optimize my flats.
Could you please tell me in which auto option you are referring? You mean the value we put for ADU?
I'm trying to optimize my flats and trying to understand if I am missing something.
Good day Jasem,
Happy new year!
Just give us an alpha - not even beta version - and say “ Do not bother me about that, use it at your own risk
It would be great actually if we could install the Stellarmate OS on other Linux units (mini pc) and be able to use it through the Stellarmate IOS app. That would be just awesome.
I love RPIs but even a cheap mini pc has better performance.
If I were you I would certainly start first with the proper power/voltage PSU for the Argon. Many, many issues caused by insufficient power on RPI's.
While you are able to reproduce the issue, had you take a look on those log files, or upload them here to try to figure out what is going on/ I wouldn’t go further before that.
RPI4 + M2 with the appropriate power supply is more than enough for Kstars and more simultaneously.
So I've clean installed Ubuntu Mate 20.04 and the issue is gone. I've noticed that this linux distribution recognise differently the port. Now it is working plus & play with no issues again.