I was doing an apt-get update this morning on my Ubuntu machine that I run Kstars and EKOS on. I got this error message:
E: Failed to fetch ppa.launchpad.net/mutlaqja/libgphoto2/ub...ists/focal/InRelease 403 Forbidden [IP: 220.127.116.11 80]
E: The repository 'ppa.launchpad.net/mutlaqja/libgphoto2/ubuntu focal InRelease' is no longer signed.
N: Updating from such a repository can't be done securely, and is therefore disabled by default.
N: See apt-secure( manpage for repository creation and user configuration details.
Has something changed?
I'm also seeing this issue with a ZWO EFW and ZWO ASI183MM. Hopefully your fix will correct it.
Is there a workaround maybe changing the filter before kicking off a schedule?
I have been unable to fix this issue. I have reset the mount to factory defaults. It has auto-meridian flip set as a default.
I rebuilt my Linux machine and installed the latest version of KStars 3.5.2 2021-03-01 and tested. Meridian flip worked, once, then would not work again. When it reaches the meridian + 0.1 it states "Meridian Flip Planned". No further captures take place and it just sits there and does nothing.
However I have found that if I uncheck the Meridian Flip if HA>0.1 before a run and then check it again then it will meridian flip during the run - hence the title of my topic.
I see from the changelog that there were a number of changes made around the meridian flip part. Is it possible that something has gone awry>
Thanks for all the replies everybody. It has given me a lot of food for thought. I do suspect the DST issue but will also try to issue a factory reset to the mount. I’m not sure if the HEQ5 Pro remembers much as I recall when operating it via the hand controller after it initialised you had to enter some more basic parameters. Years since I used the handset.
No I don't use the hand controller. Not used it for years.
Just some more info for you all. I had it at 0.1 hours and it worked great for months. I still had it at 0.1 hours and it stopped working hence why I decreased it to 0.01 hours. I did that yesterday in my initial daylight test at which point it worked fine so kept it like that for the night run.
So according to this post it isn’t supported. Oh well
27 Oct 2020 09:08
iGuider support for iOptron CEM70g
It's not yet supported. IOptron will send me one so I can try out soon.
I’m looking at an addition to my existing rig and see the IOptron CEM70 with a larger capacity which will suit my needs. I believe the CEM60 works ok on Astroberry but anybody using the CEM70 on it? Same driver maybe?
My ZWO ASI120MM is actually the mini version with USB2 only. I've seen a few issues posted on various forums related to the ZWO ASI120MM-S . I wonder if you are seeing the same problems with your 120MC-S?