Hi Sergio,
currently Ekos stops a job if one of it’s constraints is no longer met and waits until it may continue. If the time span is too long, it issues a shutdown to „sleep“ until it may restart. With this behaviour I can set up one single job that runs for several days without any need for a manual interaction.

The downside is exactly what you expected, that EKOS doesn’t continue another job where all constraints are met. We are already in discussion to make this possible, but it’s not implemented yet.

As a workaround instead using an altitude constraint you may set a job‘s end manually with the „run until“ condition if you know, that it won’t complete, so that the next job may start when the first job ends. I know it’s not very elegant, but it works…

HTH
Wolfgang

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Don't forget to set cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/usr

This will ensure that a later make install overwrites the old INDI installation.

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That's right, but if you see the cmake output at the beginning of your failed compile, there is an old INDI version installed under /usr/lib:

-- Found INDI: /usr/lib/arm-linux-gnueabihf/libindidriver.so;/usr/lib/arm-linux- gnueabihf/libindiAlignmentDriver.so (found version "1.7.5")


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Sure that there isn't a second (older) version installed? Check /usr/local/lib and /usr/lib.

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Looks like an old INDI version is installed

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Have you tried to compile them?

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Never tried it. I know it works on RPi-zero, RPi 3b and 4b.

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Maybe the easiest is sending me a message and we have a direct chat.

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Good to hear! For PHD2, there are recommendations from Avalon, in case you do not know them:
www.avalon-instruments.com/support/13-tr...suggested-parameters

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