Well, coming back to the original question... All I need is an indi driver that connects to a remote indi server + driver rather than a local indi driver/mount. Like a make-believe driver to the local indiserver. Similar to the SkySafari driver... This sounds to me like an indi question, rather than an issue with the ASIAIR.
Hi. Thank you. Yes. That works with EKOS.
I want to use chained indiservers in the ASIAIR. I don’t know how to connect to another indiserver in that case. The idea is to „fool“ the ASIAIR with a local INDI driver to connect to the remote driver and server.
Is there a way to put a chained server into a self-sustained mount driver? I like to use a mount driver on another remote indiserver by just selecting it like any other local mount driver. How would I do this?
Enabling and disabling "Reverse Up/Down" or "Reverse Left/Right" has no effect on the arrow buttons in the Mount Control interface! The mount always moves in the same direction with the exact same status messages.
I will still need to test it for the PAA.
Another test, using the arrow keys from the Avalon browser interface, no problem going back and forth!
With EKOS, it crashes immediately.
I am using the iNDIGO Control Panel to get more info...
Unresponsive Dec axis.
Interesting observation! Good find!
In my case, when using the Mount Control from KStars/EKOS, the mount crosses the northern meridian (below Polaris) without any issues in both directions. No crashes nor interruptions.
But the behaviour of the arrow key is inverted! Meaning, I can use and hold the left button to cross the northern meridian, when I let go and press again, the mount goes in opposite direction, that is towards the meridian again. Very weird. Not sure if this is a feature or a bug ?!
I am using KStars (v3.5.9) from my MacBookPro and connect to the indiserver of the StarGO2 remotely.
Slewing through the meridian due North… I have not tried that one yet. I will check it out.
There is a setting in the Indi controller about going through the meridian. Please, check to what it is set.
As for reproducible results with the manual PAA… good question. It usually varies by ±3 to 5 arcmin. It is never the same value.
I contacted Avalon and they replied to me today saying they are in the process of looking for a solution. They will be replying to this following post in their own forum, once they have found a solution: