I recently got my Stellarmate and set up my equipment. Most things work, but I have some problems.
I have a Skywatcher AZ-EQ6 mount connected with EQdir.
The scope is set up at parking positition pointing at NCP.
When I unpark and ask the mount to slew to a star, it slews to a position 45 degrees further to the west.
I have double and triple checked that my observatory coordinates are correct, and that time zone and dst is set correctly.
My quick fix is to define a dummy location 45 degrees west of my actual location. This works, but it looks a bit stupid...
From my own experience and the information posted within the tread mentioned above I suppose that you didn't define your parking position in INDI.
To do this go in the EQMod preferences in the INDI-settings and look for the site management tab.
Get your mount in the "standard parking position" (weights down, telescope ponting towards the celestial pole) and hit default and write data.
I followed your advice and had success!
The exact steps I had to perform was in the EQMod site management menu for Park Options: click Current, then Default and then Write data.
After that I went to the Options tab and clicked Configuration Save.
Since its now daylight, I put on solar filter and selected target Sun and clicked GoTo.
The mount slewed nicely to the correct region of the sky, parts of the sun was within the FOV of the scope.
No need thanks. But I'd like you to test a fix I just pushed. If you can compile from GIT, you can do it now, or just wait for the next update. Please delete ~/.indi/ParkData.xml and ~/.indi/EQMod* files, then start the driver normally, but don't do the park steps at all. Can you use the mount normally now?