GSC must be installed, did you do that ?
I have installed lastest update Kstars 3.2.2 and indilib 1.7.8, since astrometry can't solve offline but seems work with
load and slew...I use Ubuntu 16 onto Raspberry 3.0 and Kstars onto Windows10 ...
I don't understand what is wrong ... I have reinstalled Kstars 3.2.1 but I believe some issue with lib 1.7.8 but where ?
Have a nice night
Try to configure ...
I have already seen this project in an others web site !!!
That's should be great to include into Ekos ...
Heeeee Jasem Take a look !!!
I have never checked parity image before. If RPI light doesn't change of color,image seems to be not properly
installed. As I have got FTH I downloaded twice may be it should be better to check the parity.
For the parity you have just to compare both parity value given with the image with the one you had downloaded, they
have to be the same.
I use version 0.9.5, works well no issue
you can try Win32 disk imager ... I usually use it
Sure, it's really clutter on your map, do you see any stars sometime ?
I have perfectly understood what you meant , but may be a little button help to appear an hours circle with Polaris in red in the same position
as we see through ours polar finder.
It's not clever but it's should be more convenient than necessary !! Just a convenient idea
Playing with the star Polaris in Kstar, it would be nice to position it directly on the equatorial map with all the information, graduated circles etc.
What do you think ?
That's pretty curious
Try Alt + space and reduce ... Windows or Ubuntu what do you use ?
When I try to make some change shorts cut , Kstar bugs and closes ... may be a way to follow ?!!!
Try ctrl + shift +f
I have just tried this under Windows, that does work well
Dear Kstarer, Ekoser,
What should be the best exposure with ZWO ASI 224mc with Kstar/Ekos:
I have got 4 choices :
- RGB8: ?
- RGB24: 3 x 8bits
- Luma: ?
- Raw : seems not working message no hardware supported