If I try to running guiding from the Stellarmate on iOS, it doesn't work. Nothing happens. If I log into web interface and look at Ekos, I see an error message of something like "Guide Scope Focal length not defined". Yet it is. I set it up in Stellarmate App, and I can see the guide scope focal length in Ekos.
What I've been forced do is run PHD2 from the web interface, which runs fine with no additional set up.
But I would like to get guiding working from the Stellarmate App.
1. Dd you add a Guide preset in SM App? If yes, check that you select Guide scope in there?
2. Login via VNC --> Ekos --> Stop Profile, Edit it and check what kind of guide scope is selected (at the bottom).
Jasem, Thanks for the reply! Took me while to get back out and experiment more due to bad weather.
But here's the story: Guide is aperture and focal length are set up in Stellarmate iOS app. When logging in thru VPN, I can set the guide camera is also setup correctly in the INDI settings.
When I got into Ekos and into the Guider screen, at the bottom are the guide scope settings with "XXX". I don't understand why these aren't getting pulled over since I've already entered them thru the app for the guide scope. Also, I'm unable to edit these fields so I can put in the correct values.
Any help, most appreciated. I'm trying to get my Stellarmate so it's at the "plug it in and go" stage so I can use it at Public Star Parties.