The output from lsusb displays the device ID "1618:c294" with no further identifier information.
I am not able to get ekos to display a tab for qhy camera in the indi control panel to turn on driver debug. Is there an alternative way to enable the driver debug?
Ekos simply reports unable to establish +QHY CCD
Apologies for troubling you again,
I downloaded the nightly build and compiled it according to the instructions found, bypassing the SIP on macOS using /usr/local instead of /usr/bin, I compiled libqhy and indi-qhy as well and pointed kstars to them for testing.
ekos was still unable to detect the camera. I was wondering what steps I missed out or did wrongly.
I also tried to switch to the nightly build on the rpi3 running stellarmate os and updated the drivers on it to test on it as well. the QHY294C was similarly not detected. I have not however built kstars from the source for the rpi3.
When I compiled the sources I did notice that the QHY294 was defined in the various source files to ensure I checkout the right ones.
Clear skies and have a great day.
I was wondering if QHY294C support is in the works? I tried the new indi library 1.7.6 with kstars but it is still unable to detect the QHY camera.
I have tested the camera on Windows systems to ensure that it is not due to camera faults/hardware failure.