EKOS not pointing correctly
I have just recently setup a RasPI (Ubuntu-Mate, 32GB card) build of KStars/Ekos on an HEQ5 mount. No issues talking to the mount or associated cameras etc - BUT - I cannot get my mount to point correctly. The issue seems to be in RA and appears to slew too far west (by about 6 hours). Site information all seems correct. When I run the same mount directly from my Win10 laptop using KStars/Ekos - works just fine. When I try running from the laptop and connect via the RasPI same problem as before. So it seems that the issue is on the RasPI side. My preference would be to run completely from the RasPI. Any wisdom out there?
bemart wrote: Thanks for getting back to me. Both RPI time and the UTC offset are correct. Both KStars and EKOS report the same correct time and this appears in the log as well on startup. But it certainly seems that despite this EKOS thinks it is about 6 hours later than it should be! Again the odd thing is that when I run directly from the Win10 laptop and bypass the RPI everything works as expected. SO - is there another way I can check to see if the time from the RPI is being passed correctly to EKOS?
How can you run direct from a win 10 laptop and bypass the rpi, as INdI does not run on windows..?
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