Posted January 3, It is based on a client-server model using XML to pass commands between the client for example KStars and a server which interacts with the USB device such as a camera. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. On OSX they are supported using libuvc. Yup – Peter has now corrected it. Fun project for a rainy weekend? This page was last edited on 6 July , at

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Main page Hardware compatibility Recent changes Projects: Installing macports is akin to installing Linux on you machine! Mallincam If a camera is supported on Linux using Mallincam Lite, then oacapture can use the same libraries to support the same cameras.

Posted January 3, By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use. If a camera is supported on Linux using Atki Capture then oacapture can use the same libraries to support the same cameras. The Firefly MV and Camefa work. Pushing boundaries means starting somewhere! The only one I have tested is the 16IC. Nick, I posted this already on indilib forum, but I would like to hear your opinion as well.


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Hardware compatibility list

You will also need libindi-dev if you build KStars from source see belowor if you plan to write your own libINDI client. The Blackfly camera will require the atil libraries to be installed.

Important Information By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use. INDI supports many wheels list. Besides INDI, here’s a list of mounts that are working with particular software. If you have some devices, you shall add them to the list or leave comments on how they work with Linux. Auto guiding with support for automatic dithering between exposures and support for Adaptive Optics devices in addition to traditional guiders.

Only thing is software costs someone something. On Linux these cameras uses a udev ruleset to load the firmware into the camera.

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It seems there is a linuc difference in images taken with Windows driver coming from Atik and Linux drivers: Load a FITS image, slew to solved coordinates, and center the mount on the exact image coordinates in order to get the same desired frame. A ruleset for udev is supplied to deal with this. Imaging Source cameras are also supported using the V4L2 UVC driver but require a small and rather simpler tweak to get them to work.


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In theory all cameras supported by the Linux V4L2 interface should work. Edited January 4, by NickK. Hi Steve, Sorry about the late reply — I didn’t notice your comment! Edited September 11, by NickK.

Cameras lonux the UVC interface camwra all work. It seems linux driver doesn’t turn the amp of or sth like that My camera is Atik L without plus. Posted September 11, edited. Celestron I believe the Skyris cameras should work. Hence I needed to build the latest KStars tag v4. In particular, interpretation of the requirements for UVC compliance appears to have been quite liberal at times and some cameras can require tweaks to get them to work correctly.

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