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INDI Library v1.9.8 Released (29 Sep 2022)

Bi-monthly INDI Library released with new drivers and bug fixes.

Pegasus UPB rollback

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Hello,
Please could someone tell me how to rollback the driver version for my Pegasus UPB ? It is currently on Version 1.5
I know the dew aggressiveness message is not an issue and is just thrown away but I would like to roll it back to the corresponding version for my UPB. It is the version with only USB2 ports, old style, not the new all blue aluminium case.
I assume it's fairly simple and involves removing the new version and adding the old. Not sure where to find the old version and I could do with reassurance on the syntax in terminal. It would also be helpful to know how to stop this driver updating in future please.
Many Thanks in advance
Jack

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Replied by Jasem Mutlaq on topic Pegasus UPB rollback

Latest version which fixes these issue is v1.6 but it's on the beta channel. Why don't you give that a go and let us know if it works OK?
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Replied by jack sharp on topic Pegasus UPB rollback

Ok Thanks Jasem, I'll have a look at that now. Cheers
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Replied by jack sharp on topic Pegasus UPB rollback

switching to the nightly build has indeed stopped the messages. Will give everything a trial run tonight and let you know if there's any hiccups.
cheers
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