This is a typical dark heavily stretched from this model camera.
Also bright areas in center can be result of flatteners and correctors causing unbalanced light values collected correct term eludes me atm.
solution is to do dark flats in your calibrations

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My guess is that because of new RPI4, all the MAC address's are new, and all your past network connection will have the old RPI4 MAC address's you need to create new connections. the hot spot would have self setup.

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Already tested, and it worked a treat, the last pic is of Rho, having used full au

tofocusing

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I win,

https://www.indilib.org/media/kunena/attachments/5418/redcat.avi
https://www.indilib.org/media/kunena/attachments/5418/redcat.avi
been there done that :) I hate Helical's

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Clive Garner replied to the topic 'Major Driver errors RP4' in the forum. 5 months ago

Try this
In terminal
update_indi_core
after that completes
update_indi_drivers

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Thanks to Jasem for fixing this issue.
Did a teamviewer session lastnight sorted out the QHY driverin Indi which was causing the crash.
It's now working perfectly, I assume its now fixed via nightly downloads in case anyone else was having same problem.
I still have one minor issue which is caused by Skysafri, when disconnecting Kstars crashes out.
The solution is to disconnect Skysafari in the Indi panel first before diconnecting all devices, works reliably for now till fix can be done.

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Ok, I had updated to latest SM 1.5.2 and am having no end of trouble with it.
Kstars crashes out on device connection etc no logs nothing.
I have narrowed it down to the selection of QHY driver, as soon as I choose ZWO etc it loads up and connects without issue.
I have tested it from windows Kstars ver 3.4.0 and when connecting it shows QHY online/ offline till it times out without connecting.
Its a QHY128c Help!

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Jasem,
It will be the fx3 files
/fx3load/a3load.hex /usr/share/usb
/fx3load/fxload /sbin
If you remember I had this issue with my QHY128c.

loader
loader
Attachment
Clive Garner replied to the topic 'SM 1.5 and QHY cameras' in the forum. 8 months ago

Bingo, as I thought I solved this last july with my QHY128c, it seems to have come back
issue is inside the rules etc, took me a while to figure how to do it again as I am still a newbie to Linux etc.
I just did this process again and now have contact with CCD.


Using File,,,,,, (qhy ccdsdk-v2.0.11-linux-debian-ubuntu-armv8)
open in terminal from each of the folders in order of info below 'lib' 'firmaware' 'udev' 'fx3load'
in each terminal window, do the sudo cp................ ( this copies the right info for QHY ccd's )


#####################################################################################################################
# Description : This script installs all the necessary files (libraries, firmwares, udev, include) on Linux machine.
# Written by : Jan Soldan (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)
# Version : 1.02
# Date : 9/2017
#####################################################################################################################

# install shared libs and links
sudo cp -d ../lib/* /usr/local/lib

# install firmware
mkdir -p /usr/local/lib/qhy/firmware
sudo cp -p ../firmware/* /usr/local/lib/qhy/firmware

# install udev files
sudo cp ../udev/* /etc/udev/rules.d
sudo cp ../udev/* /lib/udev/rules.d

# install fxload with the FX3 support
mkdir -p /usr/share/usb (this folder is likely already there, just check if it is)
sudo cp ../fx3load/a3load.hex /usr/share/usb
sudo cp ../fx3load/fxload /sbin

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What do I need to do so that I can use time servers . I am using the latest 1.4.6 RPi4 image. I have not been able to find how to activate it.

What do I need to do  so that I can use time servers . I am using the latest  1.4.6 RPi4 image. I have not been able to find how to activate it.

Ok, I had kstars and indi running a while ago, but had major issue with my QHY128c now sort of solved, but it works
Here is my guide, hopefully I got it right.


File Attachment:

File Name: RPI4indiinstaller.txt
File Size: 4 KB


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