Further investigation raises more questions.
If I run the GotoNova 8400 & SkySafari drivers as a local service from the device manager within KStars, everything works as expected. However, if I run indiserver and drivers from the command line, replicating the command & options exactly as per the process run from the device manager, I get the error as above from SkySafari.
In short, it works perfectly when run from within KStars, but doesn't from without.
What am I missing?
I've got an issue connecting SkySafari to my iOptron mount. It works splendidly when run from Ekos, but SkySafari can't see the scope when using the web manager.
Astroberry 5.4.51-v7l+ on RPi 4
iOptron Minitower Pro
kStars Build: 2020-08-08T19:57:56Z
Driver: GotoNova 8400 Kit
SkySafari 6 - Pro & Plus
Scope selected: LX200GPS
When starting the iOptron profile from Ekos, SkySafari connects and works. Tested with iPad, iPhone, and Android tablet. However, if I run the same profile from the web manager, SkySafari reports no response from the scope.
The log shows:DEBUG 282.102567 sec : CMD <>ERROR 282.102608 sec : Internal client is not connected! Please make sure the mount name is set in the Options tab. Disconnect and reconnect to try again.
I don't know if it's relevant, but when accessing the INDI control panel via iINDI or KStars-Lite, the scope driver shows as "GotoNova" when using the web manager, and "GotoNova 8400 Kit" when using Ekos.
Any help appreciated!
I've had the opposite problem. Running kstars/ekos on my Ubuntu server as clients for the Indi-server on the RPi4 resulted in all manner of issues. I now run kstars/ekos directly from the RPi, and connect via VNC on my iPad Pro.
I'm running an Astroberry on an RPi4. I've yet to use it in anger, but every test has worked, now that the live view glitch I had, has been fixed. I was hoping to test it tonight, but I see clouds creeping over the horizon...
I use an industrial USB powered hub, which powers the RPi and SV305.
I deleted the XML files, and the issue is now resolved.
(This is my 2nd attempt to respond. I'm not sure what happened the first time.)
Hi, indi noob here.
I'm having a problem where Indi crashes when opening liveview to get focus on the SV305. I'm running Astroberry 2.0.3 on an RPi4.
I initially installed the indi-sv305 driver via apt, but today pulled the latest build from github and built/installed it. Still crashes. I set a minimum profile in Ekos with just the Telescope Simulator and the sv305 for testing.
Not sure what the protocol is for posting logs, but here it is. Anything else that might help?