I'm unable to connect to my ZWO EFW Filter Wheel via a localhost connection. All works fine with a remote connection listening to port 7624.
With the EFW Filter wheel direct USB to Laptop connection for localhost connectivity, when I run the indi_asi_wheel driver via the command line the resulting response indicates that the driver is listening on port 7624 like every other drivers does but fails to read everything from the device;
keith@keith-NEON:~$ indiserver -vv indi_asi_wheel
2017-08-06T16:46:40: startup: indiserver -vv indi_asi_wheel
2017-08-06T16:46:40: Driver indi_asi_wheel: pid=6212 rfd=3 wfd=6 efd=7
2017-08-06T16:46:40: listening to port 7624 on fd 4
2017-08-06T16:46:40: Driver indi_asi_wheel: sending <getProperties version='1.7'/>
I am still testing. Current results seem REALLY good!
Everything running as a USER and not root. It also seems there is more free ram doing so!
2. Ubuntu-mate 16.04 via the Astroberry image
3. New INDI-web running as user astroberry
4. Kstars and PHD2 running as user astroberry
5. ASI174MM (need to test ASI224 tomorrow)
6. ASI EFW
I hadn't noticed any specific naming difference just the wording EFW and ASI Wheel are used for the same device. FWIW I used the command line
utility from ZWO and the filter wheel responds perfectly when connected via USB.
Skywatcher 190MN - EQ6 Pro (with Belt Mod) - ASI1600MM-Cooled - ASI EFW7 - ASI120MM - WO f4 Guide Scope - Rigel nStep - KStars/Ekos - KDE - PixInsight
Last edit: 4 years 10 months ago by Keith Cobby. Reason: Link name error