sudo rpi-update e1050e94821a70b2e4c72b318d6c6c968552e9a2
You seem to be having a similar problem to mine. The issue seems to be in last week’s update/upgrade which made a major change to the linux ‘kernel’. Evidence is a bit patchy at the moment, but at least three of us (yourself, myself and @knro) have missing devices. It seems that the RPi OS does not fully recognise/operate USB2.0 devices. If you type lsusb to list your USB devices, you’ll possibly find that only Bus 002 is mentioned. In my case I would normally have 14 devices listed (including internal RPi elements, etc) but nowadays there are only four or five devices and all on Bus 002 which is the USB3.0 bus. The surprise for me is that not many of us have reported the problem............
limburg11 wrote: Hi,
since last week my RPI 4 Astroberry setup does not recognize my ASI290MM mini guiding cam any more... I'm not aware that I did something special, some days before it worked flawlessly like it did the last months. All I do regularly is update/upgrade, and there were some packages upgraded last week.
What information do I have to provide so that anyone can help me with this issue? I'm absolutely no Linux specialist... I have no clue where to start digging. Indi does not show the cam (although it shows my main cam ASI294MC Pro). PHD2 only shows the 294 as well... I normally use the USB hub on the 294, but I also tried connecting the 290 to my external USB hub directly and I tried to connect it to the Pi's USB ports directly. Same problem, whatever I do.
What I checked is if the cam is defective, and it is not. I connected it to my Mac and it was recognized by ASIStudio.
I hope that anyone can help me...
Edit: Here is a current log file. Compared to older logs, there is no line "[ org.kde.kstars.ekos] - Ekos received a new device: "ZWO CCD ASI290MM Mini":
File Attachment:File Name: log_13-45-39.txt
File Size:55 KB
Great - likewise I’m running a fresh Astroberry 2.0.2 image exactly like you, and I’m sad I lost a clear night, but glad I lost only one. However, there are some interesting new features promised in KStars 3.5.0...............!
limburg11 wrote: I reflashed my SD card with a clean Astroberry 2.0.2 image and my ASI290 is back again...! As expected. I restored my backup copy of the Astroberry home folder and almost all settings are back. Still have to implement boot from SSD and my wifi stick isn’t working yet (have to compile the driver), but I will get this sorted out as well.
Then I will stop making updates unless it’s absolutely necessary. The RPi is a tool for my hobby, not my hobby itself. It cost me 1 valuable, perfect night for M16, the last possibility this year. If the moon is gone again, M16 is too deep in the west for a senseful session. A pity. Thanks to an update I never needed. If it ain’t broke, don’t fix (or update) it.
Kaczorek wrote: Could you guys provide some detail on kernel version that works and the one that does not work for you?