Thanks. Yes, that worked.
I'll add that to my Ubuntu get-out-of-jail-free list:)
I have the following messages. Can anyone help me get indi-asi installed? I'm on the stable branch.
TIA and clear skies,
sudo apt upgrade
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information... Done
Calculating upgrade... Done
The following package was automatically installed and is no longer required:
Use 'sudo apt autoremove' to remove it.
The following NEW packages will be installed:
libraw19 xplanet xplanet-images
The following packages have been kept back:
The following packages will be upgraded:
indi-aagcloudwatcher indi-apogee indi-armadillo-platypus indi-astromechfoc indi-atik indi-avalon indi-dreamfocuser indi-dsi indi-duino indi-eqmod indi-ffmv
indi-fishcamp indi-fli indi-gphoto indi-gpsd indi-gpsnmea indi-maxdomeii indi-mgen indi-mi indi-nexdome indi-nexstarevo indi-nightscape indi-qhy indi-qsi
indi-sbig indi-shelyak indi-starbook indi-sx kstars-bleeding kstars-bleeding-data kstars-bleeding-dbg libapogee3 libatik libfli2 libqhy libqsi7 libsbig
38 upgraded, 3 newly installed, 0 to remove and 2 not upgraded.
Need to get 115 MB of archives.
After this operation, 7.503 kB of additional disk space will be used.
Do you want to continue? [Y/n] n
I have a zwo120mm I want to use bin2 as a guide camera with phd2
Do I set both binning and resolution in the indi control panel? Or do I leave the resolution as it is (1280x960) and change just the binning to 2?
LOL. OK. I'll try harder to break it...
Perfect; nothing I can do will now stop the sequence
This finally makes ekos' schedule-capture-guide bulletproof!
Thanks so much for your time.
Ah, ok. Is there a new fix today?
It's clear here in Spain tonight so I'm out imaging (hoping we don't lose it on a dither!).
By of course, tomorrow, I'll try to work out the git stuff.
Meanwhile, could you post if the fix (if there is a new one) makes it to master?
Yes, I had a 2 second delay set for the run corresponding to the last log I posted.
Do you have a work around for recovery during dither?
OK. A bit more testing.
'abort autoguide on failure' unchecked
Now, both guiding and capture are resumed BUT not if the guiding fails during a dither.
Is there any chance of getting both guiding and capture restarted if guiding fails during the dither and during the exposure?
I have (very ordinary) Ubuntu 18.04 with all the updates. Would that make a difference perhaps?
Option checked: guiding restarts, capture does not
Option unchecked: capture continues, guiding does not.
Yes. I have abort autoguide on failure checked.
Is that correct?