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INDI Library v1.8.0 is mostly a maintenance release to fix a few bugs in several drivers.

Help, my mount fell off the Earth

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Help, my mount fell off the Earth was created by PopcornAWH

On connecting the equipment, I get a message: KStars detected INDI driver indi_ieq_telescope crashed.
I tried to fix it by making a new profile, but that didn't work. Same error



The crosshair for the telescope is outside the FOV, don't know if that's causing the problem.



Is there a way to fix this, without having to reinstall everything?

Here are the logs:

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File Name: indi_ieq_t...6-27.zip
File Size:14 KB
1 month 3 weeks ago #40591
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Replied by knro on topic Help, my mount fell off the Earth

Why is it called iOptron CEM25 2? you renamed the driver? Send the KStars logs, not just INDI logs.
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Replied by PopcornAWH on topic Help, my mount fell off the Earth

I guess I tried to start the driver again, and then the CEM25-2 appeared.

Here are the KStars logs:

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File Name: KStarsLogs.zip
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Thanks for looking into it.

Paul
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Replied by PopcornAWH on topic Help, my mount fell off the Earth

I managed to solve it!

Removed the packages, cleaned the files associated with INDI/Ekos and reinstalled everything.

Now my mount is back with all three feet on the ground.

Thanks anyway for the support.

Paul
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