I just upgraded to 3.5.2 Stable on a Raspberry Pi 4B and wanted to create a new test profile containing the telescope simulator and an SBIG camera. SBIG is not in the list of available cameras. I went to my old profile, and it has SBIG, and it works. Am I doing something wrong, missing an update, or is it really not there?
Perhaps there is another libcfitsio.so somewhere before this directory in the libpath. There may be one that is linked to libcfitsio.so.5. You can see if there is one by:
I'm wondering if libcfitsio is in the right place. I have Ubuntu 20.04, and I find libcfitsio.so here:
ls -la /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu |grep cfitsio -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 2419662 Aug 4 2019 libcfitsio.a lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 15 Aug 4 2019 libcfitsio.so -> libcfitsio.so.8 lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 20 Aug 4 2019 libcfitsio.so.8 -> libcfitsio.so.8.3.47 -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 1498520 Aug 4 2019 libcfitsio.so.8.3.47
indiserver -v indi_simulator_telescope indi_simulator_ccd 2021-02-21T13:58:54: startup: indiserver -v indi_simulator_telescope indi_simulator_ccd 2021-02-21T13:58:54: Driver indi_simulator_telescope: pid=648745 rfd=3 wfd=6 efd=7 2021-02-21T13:58:54: Driver indi_simulator_ccd: pid=648746 rfd=4 wfd=9 efd=10 2021-02-21T13:58:54: listening to port 7624 on fd 5 ...
Do this :
sudo apt list |grep cfits
I should say that this is on the bleeding edge as well as previous versions.
This is something I've seen for a while. When the DEC is near 00:00:00 and goes negative a few seconds, the value shows a leading "-", but so do the seconds:
Well, everyone was right. Although I did not build anything, or install gsl or cblas0, they were messed up. I reinstalled them to no avail, as evidenced by the fact that siril blew up in exactly the same way KStars did while trying to register images. I reinstalled the OS, installed KStars and Siril and all is well. I am not using the bleeding-edge version, but I will tonight.
Thanks to all.
For the time being I've gone back to the standard KStars release (Build: 2020-02-24T06:23:39Z). I'm going to rip everything out and reinstall during the week. I have clear cold skies and need to get some observing done.
Thanks for identifying the problem!
Thanks for the quick reply.
I thought that was the problem, but when I looked at the GSL library docs, it says they no longer link to gslcblas, leaving it to the application programmer to link the CBLAS library of their choice. I checked the indi cmake filea and there is no mention of a CBLAS with any recognizable name. The libgsl has a 106 undefined symbols, all of them beginning with "cblas_".
Perhaps there is an older version that includes cblas.
I just upgraded and got the latest Kstars - Build: 2020-11-23T10:39:52Z. It won't solve. As the image comes in it prints "Image received", then Kstars goes away after about half a second. Here's everything I could gather on it.
Align settings: [Align] AlignExposure=3 AstrometryImageScaleHigh=26.396791751972 AstrometryImageScaleLow=19.939342695702 AstrometryPositionDE=56.736666666666665 AstrometryPositionRA=12.508333333333333 AstrometrySolverType=1 SolverBackend=0 SolverBinningIndex=1 SolverGotoOption=0 Align logfile: #KStars version 3.5.0. Analyze log version 1.0. AnalyzeStartTime,2020-11-27 18:21:56.699,MST MountState,0.000,Idle MountCoords,1.089,326.6833,-0.0161,196.0467,55.3889,-1,9.0333 AlignState,25.617,In Progress syslog: Nov 27 18:38:32 Poopster org.kde.kstars.desktop: org.kde.kstars.indi: LX200 Autostar : "[INFO] Device configuration saved. " Nov 27 18:38:36 Poopster org.kde.kstars.desktop: org.kde.kstars.indi: LX200 Autostar : "[INFO] Time updated, updating planetary data... " Nov 27 18:38:42 Poopster org.kde.kstars.desktop: org.kde.kstars.indi: LX200 Autostar : "[INFO] Site location updated to Lat 33:32:17 - Long 247:49:05 " Nov 27 18:38:42 Poopster org.kde.kstars.desktop: org.kde.kstars.indi: LX200 Autostar : "[INFO] Observer location updated: Longitude (-112.182) Latitude (33.5381) " Nov 27 18:38:44 Poopster org.kde.kstars.desktop: org.kde.kstars.ekos.align: "Capturing image..." Nov 27 18:38:44 Poopster org.kde.kstars.desktop: org.kde.kstars.indi: SBIG CCD : "[INFO] Taking 3.00s exposure on main camera... " Nov 27 18:38:50 Poopster org.kde.kstars.desktop: Found one coordinate representation. Nov 27 18:38:50 Poopster org.kde.kstars.desktop: org.kde.kstars.ekos.align: "Image received." Nov 27 18:38:50 Poopster org.kde.kstars.desktop: kstars: symbol lookup error: /usr/local/lib/libgsl.so.23: undefined symbol: cblas_dnrm2 Nov 27 18:38:50 Poopster systemd: gnome-launched-org.kde.kstars.desktop-30749.scope: Succeeded.
I just ran it again and it completed:
2 not fully installed or removed. After this operation, 0 B of additional disk space will be used. Do you want to continue? [Y/n] Setting up indi-gphoto (3.0~202008281018~ubuntu20.04.1) ... Setting up indi-full (1.8.6~202008211453~ubuntu20.04.1) ...
During the install from Jasem's repo on Ubuntu 20.04, I got these errors.
dpkg: error processing package indi-gphoto (--configure): installed indi-gphoto package post-installation script subprocess returned error exit status 100 Setting up indi-duino (1.6~202008220024~ubuntu20.04.1) ... Setting up indi-ffmv (0.3~202008212351~ubuntu20.04.1) ... Setting up indi-astromechfoc (0.1~202008220024~ubuntu20.04.1) ... Setting up indi-asi (1.8~202008220007~ubuntu20.04.1) ... Setting up indi-mi (1.8~202008212359~ubuntu20.04.1) ... Setting up indi-sbig (2.1~202008220027~ubuntu20.04.1) ... dpkg: dependency problems prevent configuration of indi-full: indi-full depends on indi-gphoto; however: Package indi-gphoto is not configured yet. dpkg: error processing package indi-full (--configure): dependency problems - leaving unconfigured No apport report written because the error message indicates its a followup error from a previous failure.