Hi Bogdan
 
Yes 5076 has fixed the LX200. Works great now.
 
With the Nextstar yes that is the same logfile I got and that is the same as the logfile for the early version that I always assumed worked.
 
Now you will be able to get back onto more important problems.


Barry Gerdes
Beaumont Hills Observatory
S 33' 41' 44"    E 150' 56' 32"
12" F10 GPS Polar mounted
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> Date: Wed, 30 Sep 2009 11:08:14 +0300
> From: daggerstab@gmail.com
> To: stellarium-pubdevel@lists.sourceforge.net
> Subject: Re: [Stellarium-pubdevel] I think I've managed to fix TelescopeServerLx200
>
> On Tue, Sep 29, 2009 at 11:40 PM, Barry Gerdes <barrygastro@hotmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi Bogdan
> >
> > That 5075 has not fixed the LX200 TelelscopeServerLX200.exe. It still does
> > not drive the telescope but it does drive the screen and the logfile shows
> > some response. I think you are on the right track it is something to do with
> > the serial port control. It may not affect the Linux version I will test
> > that later.
>
> Hello. I've committed another fix in revision 5076. It fixes a similar
> if-clause to the previous one, I really should have done it yesterday.
>
> > However the TelescopeNextstar.exe appears as though it may work now as the
> > screen indication when used with my batch file looks the same as the early
> > build.
>
> Well, it used the same code as the one I fixed in Lx200 with the last
> revision, so I fixed it too.
>
> Is your log output something like this?
> 14517,07:57:13.059774: This is TelescopeServerNexStar.exe, built on
> Sep 30 2009, 10:53:25
>
> 14517,07:57:13.060266: NexStarConnection::sendCommand(NexStarCommandGetRaDec)
>
> 14517,07:57:13.060444: listening on port 10001
>
> 14517,07:57:13.060480: Connection::performWriting: writeNonblocking(1)
> returned 1; e
>
> It seems that it sends a command and starts waiting to receive an
> answer (but it never comes, as I don't have a NexStar). The breaking
> point is in the receiving method, so I simply have no chance of
> reaching it.
>
> Regards,
> Bogdan Marinov
>
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