For OpenSUSE tumbleweed using the later release of the RisingCam IMX571 (colour)
ls -l libtoup*
lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 16 May 23 13:30 libtoupcam.so -> libtoupcam.so.53
lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 22 May 11 16:20 libtoupcam.so.53 -> libtoupcam.so.53.22376
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 44642257 May 11 16:18 libtoupcam.so.53.22376
ignore the dates as I was playing around with the RisingCam libs
My offset settings are greyed out completely
I'm seeing the same issue with a RisingCam IMX571 on openSuSE Tumbleweed latest (English)
I just did a quick test with a run of 0.5 second flats with my ToupTek ATR3CMOS26000KPA and indi v2.01 and I'm not getting pauses with the fan in my case
What I did notice was the cooler buttons can be set to on and off simultaneously. Is this expected behaviour?
I notice I can't set Offset in the capture module, is this what you referring to? I just set black point in the settings and image stats seems to suggest this works
Sorry, I neglected to mention that the remote machine is OpenSUSE Tumbleweed as well, and generally expected behaviour
on UN*X is to replace whitespaces with underscores
it's not a showstopper, just an inconvenience for UN*X systems
I have an issue with filenames having / not having whitespaces.
If I save locally it does the 'right' thing and replaces whitespaces with an underscore. The same format statement saved remotely and underscores are not used
local: Kstars 3.6.4 stable on OpenSUSE tumbleweed
remote: indi v2.0.1
camera: RisingCam IMX571
AFAIK this has been the case for me for some months and causes some hassle with command line scripts and processing.
Is this something which can be fixed in settings or with a well crafted format string?
2. FITS transfer format gets broken images :
knowing which camera driver you're using may help. Also versions of kstars and indi, whether the indi server is remote or not, and what hardware.
Siril has a dropdown to autostretch the image which may help. Also image information->statistics can give you a rough idea of image data
If it's the SDK libs then they got posted to
RisingCam's AliExpress store
Not sure whether linking this updated SDK lib (53.21907.20221218) in /usr/lib64 (assuming you're running Linux) will help, but has to be worth a shot
Via Eddie at RisingCam.
He did say "I have listed new software, ASCOM driver and SDK download link in my store Home page"
files are listed as 2022-12-18, so not a lot newer
I took delivery of a RisingCam IMX571 (ATR3CMOS26000KPA) and had something of an ordeal to get it working with Indi/Ekos.
To cut a long story short, after building and installing the latest code from Git everything worked apart from all images came out completely black. I knew it wasn't the camera as it worked with the supplied RisingView software.
As a long shot I replaced the Indi supplied libtoupcam.so with the one from the supplied SDK and everything works now.
So I assume the latest cameras are somewhat different.
lsusb reports as;
Bus 002 Device 003: ID 0547:13da Anchor Chips, Inc. USB3.0 Camera
I'd not seen the product ID 13da elsewhere when trying to get this to work
Apparently the latest SDK will be posted to the RisingCam store
I can confirm that with the 2022/11/18 (3.6.2) git build on OpenSuSE Leap 15.4 EAF focusing all works fine without the need for a wheel simulator
I'd not got around to trying the git build yet. Good to know it's fixed