Hi! I need to use SEP to identify luminous sources in a picture. The problem is that I need to identify only the object passing through the FOV of the telescope, and not the stars. To do that I think I should add as parameter the number of px of the min area and the ellipticity, but I don't know where to put those numbers since in the inputs there aren't these parameters.
Could you please help me?
I'm using Linux on virtual machine (macos high Sierra)
I have some problems with my Ekos, in fact I can no longer see the "gain" option of the CCD Simulator. Therefore I want to remove indi libraries and kstars and reinstall them.
Is there a way to fix it without doing that?
If no, what commands should I write in the terminal of Ubuntu? (I had lots of problems in the first time when I installed them)
(telescope is already initializated with indiclient)
Kaczorek wrote: Switch is a property of a device. You need to list properties in a device and then access switch in properties. Now you are trying to access switch in a device directly (telescope).
See example code here: pypi.org/project/pyindi-client/0.1.0a1/
I was implementing the custom tracking on my python code.
I saw from the standard properties that TELESCOPE_TRACK_RATE is a Switch, therefore I wrote
trackrate = telescope.getSwitch("TELESCOPE_TRACK_RATE")
trackrate.s = PyIndi.ISS_OFF trackrate.s = PyIndi.ISS_OFF trackrate.s = PyIndi.ISS_OFF trackrate.s = PyIndi.ISS_ON
I'd like to know if there are indi libraries (that I installed on Ubuntu) also for macOS, in order to run a python code which import PyIndi
I was running the code found in here: indilib.org/support/tutorials/148-dbus-s...h-kstars-python.html , but it returns:
ModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'gobject'
Importing dbus.glib to use the GLib main loop with dbus-python is deprecated.
No actually it was 7624 but here I wrote XXXX because I thought it was a personal information, sorry
I'm a newbie. I'm trying to use Python with INDI libraries.
I've successfully install them on my linux virtual machine but when I type
import PyIndi import IndiClient indiclient = IndiClient.IndiClient("localhost",XXXX)