Thanks! I was able to figure it out eventually, so I'll write it down here for myself and anyone else who might run across this post:
* I cloned this repo: github.com/indilib/indi-3rdparty
* I'm using INDI 1.9.6, so I found the commit that corresponded to that tag (github.com/indilib/indi-3rdparty/releases/tag/v1.9.6) and checked that out (
git checkout c9f706d
cmake -S<source code directory> -B<build output directory>
sudo make install
I assume that involves downloading the source and running some build command. Can you help me out with how to do those things? I'm a developer, but I don't use Linux.
I just got a QHY 168C and it was kind of working for awhile and then I somehow crashed the driver and couldn't get it to restart. I tried upgrading the driver, which appeared to make things worse.
Output of indi_qhy_ccd:
symbol lookup error: indi_qhy_ccd: undefined symbol: _ZN4INDI3CCD16SetCaptureFormatEh
astroberry@astroberry:~ $ sudo apt-cache madison indi-qhy libqhy indi-qhy | 2.7-13 | https://www.astroberry.io/repo buster/main armhf Packages libqhy | 22.5.11 | https://www.astroberry.io/repo buster/main armhf Packages
I love this feature on PHD2 - I've found it very helpful for when clouds roll in or my target starts to dip behind my house.
When storing files locally, downloading takes about 15 seconds and only after that has completed does dithering begin, which takes another 30 seconds. It would be a great time savings if these two things could be done in parallel.
Note: This is not super high priority for me since I have now swapped to remote storage, but saving time between frames is a great way to increase integration time.