I'm using the polar alignment module with another setup with success, but with this setup (EQMount & ASI533MCPro), after capturing and solving the 1st image and before executing the 1st mount rotation, ekos crash.
Below is the KStars log from Ekos Debugger
Appreciate is someone can look into this as I prefer to use the Ekos Polar Alignment over other methods
Mohammad, thank you for the log. It's the same crash as before.
#5 0x005dfadc in QtConcurrent::StoredFunctorCall0<void, FITSData::loadWCS(bool)::<lambda()> >::runFunctor(void)(this=0x0) at ./kstars/fitsviewer/fitsdata.cpp:2461
Apparently, loadWCS is called on a null FITSData? or the FITSData was cleared while it is in progress. However, from checking the code now at least, not sure how this is possible. A shared pointer is used to keep the reference to FITSData until the last reference is cleared. The reference cannot be freed while loading WCS is in progress. But obviously, something is causing this particular crash.
Are you running a "client version" of KSTARS?
Read here (from INDI forum/website):
Ekos does all the heavy lifting and it is STRONGLY recommended to run it on a separate computer (laptop or workstation). Which is where the networking comes in: A Raspberry Pi runs INDI server, running all the drivers for your AP and "serving" them to Ekos. Ekos is typically run on a more powerful (than a Pi) remotely networked PC. Ekos is where you set up your AP session: target, plate solving, tracking, focusing, and of course imaging - and MUCH more. If you have the hardware, Ekos can probably run it. Ekos (which again, is built into the Kstars planetarium program) is the nerve center controlling all your gear.
I solved other problems using this method, now all seems is going fine!