Avocette wrote: My signature explains how I use KStars/Ekos/Indi. On a cloudy night last night, I (finally) sat down and looked in detail at the way my GPS data updates the RPi4 system time and KStars time and location. I am running GPSD with gpsd-clients and python-gps installed and I am also running chrony to update the system clock.
Within a minute or so of switching on, the system time updates to GPS time. I then open KStars and note that the LT display matches the system clock. I run Ekos with a simulator profile with GPSD. The next GPS fix updates time and location in KStars, but the KStars LT display is now approximately 6 seconds behind system time. Setting KStars time to Now (Ctl+E) updates the LT to system time again, but any updating by the GPS makes the LT appear to be 6 seconds slow again. It's not critical and I can work around this, but wonder if someone has noticed the same anomalies?
Ihoujin wrote: For some bizarre reason, Avocette's thread originally titled Anomalies-in-kstars-ekos-indi-time-using-gps, ID # 6132 was mashed together with this thread discussing guiding calibration.
And yesterday I noticed something was off when I replied once, then later the page had a 403 error, seemingly the thread was removed, but reposted, to which I repeated my reply referencing the GPSD glitch I had previously reported.
Ihoujin wrote: As it stands, this entire thread's title has been incorrectly relabeled and the GPS posts are still combined with it.