I have a little annoying problem with dark frames. I am running Indi Server on a remote machine in my backyard, and controlling everything using KStars with EKOS from an Ubuntu machine.
I am not able to save dark frames with my ZWO cameras (both ASI120MC-S and ASI178MC-Cool). The guide module is asking everytime to take a new dark image and images are not saved in ~/.local/share/kstars/Darks.
The dark frames are subtracted after taking them though.
I already made myself owner and full write permits in that directory, which I catched from another post.
Using the Simulator dark frames are saved and reused properly, so no problem with write permissions there, I assume.
This is the log output from the guide module:
2017-02-18T10:48:12.227 - DEBG - Guide: Capturing frame...
2017-02-18T10:48:18.343 - DEBG - Guide: received guide frame.
2017-02-18T10:48:18.356 - WARN - Audio notification requested, but sound file from notifyrc file was not found, aborting audio notification
2017-02-18T10:48:28.458 - DEBG - Guide: "Capturing dark frame..."
2017-02-18T10:48:34.587 - DEBG - Guide: "Dark frame received."
2017-02-18T10:48:34.687 - CRIT - FITS: Failed to copy "/tmp/fitsw15477" to "home/lutzbellmann/.local/share/kstars/darks/darkframe_2017-02-18T10:48:34.fits"
2017-02-18T10:48:34.687 - CRIT - DarkLibrary: Failed to save dark frame "/home/lutzbellmann/.local/share/kstars/darks/darkframe_2017-02-18T10:48:34.fits"
2017-02-18T10:48:34.887 - WARN - Audio notification requested, but sound file from notifyrc file was not found, aborting audio notification
I just noticed that in the log output there is missing a "/" slash in front of home/lutzbellm... !
When I tried to handcopy the file out of the /tmp directory I could place it in the dark folder with no issue.
Yet it is not showing up in the dark library in the EKOS module.
Can anybody confirm, that this missing slash is the root cause?
Yes for me it's solved, Jasem said he would take a look, I don't really know if he saw something on the code. I recompiled indi-gphoto from the sources and it's working ok. In your case it's indi-asi. Maybe compiling it from sources will solve your issue too.
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