I wish i could but editing the code is far from my limited capabilities.
My setup is Stellarmate with a Raspberry pi 3b+.
I work with an Optec TCF LS focuser and i choose Focus Lynx in Ekos.
It works pretty well but i have a request.
It is an absolute focuser and has a temperature sensor so in the options i wrote down the coeficient for temperature change, 55 steps per degree in my case.
What i would like is that at connection, the focuser would be automatically sent to a position based in the current temperature and the last succesful autofocus.
I know that this position will not be very accurate, but would be a good start position for the first autofocus of the following night´s sesión.
Observatorio El gallinero
El Berrueco, Madrid.
I also have that problema, using Stellarmate on a Raspberry pi 3b+.
While guiding and imaging, suddenly Kstars disappears but PHD2 continues guiding and Indi seems to remain connected.
After i restart Kstars and connect, a pop up window tells me that there is already an instance of Indi running. I chose to stop it and then Kstars can start workng again.
Tracking frequency is limited to choose between 56 or so and 60.1. I do not know in what units are those numbers.
Initially is set to 60, so i understand that is sidereal tracking. It can be slowed up to 56 or so, but can only be accelerated up to 60.1
I tweaked with those numbers and seems to work, but 60.1 is too Little for me.
There is a work around, though. I can set higher speeds with the Autostar handbox. Setting a custom tracking of 15% in the handbox, then connecting Indi, this shows 60.7 and indeed the mount tracks faster.
But manually, a maximum of 60.1 is all that can be inserted.
Observatorio El gallinero.
El Berrueco, Madrid.
I am using INDI with a LX200GPS. When i choose the driver, i select LX200 GPS.
I INDI here is an option to choose the tracking between sidereal, lunar or custom.
I want to choose custom as my mount is tracking a bit slowly, but once chosen i have no idea on where do i write down the desired tracking rate.
I can do it in the Autostar hand pad, but of course i do not want to have the Autostar hand pad connected as i will be using the telescope remotely.
Any help on this one?
Also, i have another question. I did not find any way to do a PEC training with Kstars or PH2. As in the previous issue, i can do PEC training through the Autostar hand pad.
Is there another way to do it apart from the Autostar hand pad?
Observatorio El Gallinero.
El Berrueco, Spain.