Jarno Paananen replied to the topic 'Scopedome' in the forum. 2 months ago

Thanks, that log looks incomplete, does it show a stack trace when crashing?

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Jarno Paananen replied to the topic 'Scopedome' in the forum. 2 months ago

Thanks, that was exactly what I was looking for but the stack trace seems to be from indiserver printing the error message and not the actual crash in the driver unfortunately. The driver seems to be a release and not debug build, but it should still show at least something. Did you select ScopeDome driver as the one to be debugged? Also does the bug happen if you run indiserver with just the ScopeDome driver alone and connect to it?



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Jarno Paananen replied to the topic 'Scopedome' in the forum. 2 months ago

Thanks, that log does have debug logging on, but unfortunately doesn't tell more why it just crashes all of a sudden when not doing any request to the controller. The only clue is the line "2023-12-26T21:25:36: Driver indi_scopedome_dome: Impossible ISState 48" which in the previous log had value 81, which points to uninitialized memory that might be due to a mismatch between the INDI version that the driver is compiled against and the one actually running in the system. But that's just a vague guess, it would be very helpful to get a stack trace where it actually crashes. If you can run the driver with Ekos Debugger, that would helpful. It might take a while until I can run tests on my own boards due to the holidays and it might not manifest there as I compile INDI and all drivers always at the same time from source myself and I would probably have already hit the same issue with my own USB Card controller as most of the code that doesn't communicate with the controller is shared between the versions.

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My comment was about SDK version 1.33 which doesn't seem to have any change to the GPS issue, though that is better discussed in the other dedicated thread, probably not related to this problem.

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Jarno Paananen replied to the topic 'Scopedome' in the forum. 2 months ago

The log unfortunately only shows that the driver crashes, but has no clues to why. Please enable debug logs in Ekos and/or run the driver with Ekos Debugger. Have you upgraded the firmware or done something else lately or has it always been this way? I haven't tested the driver with the Arduino Card lately as my own dome runs the older USB Card, so it might be something has changed in the responses from the card with later firmware that the driver isn't prepared for.

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Unfortunately it seems to have the same issue, but workaround in current driver still works.

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Jarno Paananen replied to the topic 'ASI1600 and GPSStartline' in the forum. 2 months ago

Workaround for this is now merged, should be in nightly soon as well.

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New ASI Camera SDK (1.31) added a new control for fan speed so that might be set to zero in your case. Look for a new control in the Controls tab of INDI control panel.

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3rd-party drivers such as the ASI driver depend on the main INDI libraries and need to be recompiled when the base library is updated. If you get your INDI from PPA, the packages occasionally fall out of sync and get eventually fixed when recompiled. If you compile everything yourself, just compile and install the main INDI library first (and make sure you don't have old copies left over in the system) and then compile the 3rd party drivers against that version.

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PR has now been merged so the update should be in following nightly.

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I just uploaded a pull request to update ASI Camera SDK to 1.32 which was released yesterday. I finally also found the change log for previous versions and it seems that camera should have been supported already with the 1.31 version, which is the current version in INDI repository. In any case, help is on the way hopefully :)

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No, the simulators are regular INDI "drivers" that require the server to run.

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