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Driver Shoestring para GPUSB

Post by ManoloL » Wed Apr 12, 2006 9:05 pm

Hola a todos:
según se desprende de este correo Shoestring ha desarrollado un driver que permitirá el uso de GPUSB con aquellos programas de guiado con los que hasta ahora no era compatible como GuideDog.
aquí teneis la nota que he recibido:

ASCOM DRIVER FOR GPUSB
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Until now, the GPUSB Guide Port Interface product from Shoestring Astronomy has used a proprietary driver. Most autoguide software developers have incorporated support for this driver into their software, but a few popular products such as GuideDog and Maxim Essentials have not yet released a version with GPUSB support added.

Shoestring Astronomy has developed an ASCOM driver for the GPUSB. Using this driver, any autoguide software package that supports the ASCOM PulseGuide method should be able to work with the GPUSB. This driver is still a beta version, but if you would like to try it and provide us with feedback on it, we would really appreciate it.

1) If it is not already on your computer, download the ASCOM platform from www.ascom-standards.org

2) Install the GPUSB ASCOM driver at:
http://store.shoestringastronomy.com/do ... _setup.exe

3) If not already on your computer, install the autoguide software of your choice.

Please email comments and bug reports to Doug@ShoestringAstronomy.com.

We hope to have a final release of this driver out in two to three weeks and will announce its availability via our website and Shoestring News.

Shoestring Astronomy
www.ShoestringAstronomy.com


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Post by Tirulix » Wed Apr 12, 2006 11:08 pm

mmm que bien!!!!

asi podré utilizar el GuideDog, que es el que me han recomendado varios amigos!!!
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Post by H-Alfa » Sat Apr 22, 2006 11:34 pm

Gracias ManoloL!

Esto nos da libertad de "movimiento", jeje :D
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Post by ManoloL » Sat Apr 29, 2006 6:27 pm

Hola a todos:
He recibido un correo por el que se deduce que el Driver deja de ser un beta y pasa a definitivo:
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ASCOM DRIVER FOR GPUSB
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An ASCOM Telescope driver for the GPUSB is now available for download at:
http://store.shoestringastronomy.com/do ... _setup.exe

Now, any autoguide software that support the ASCOM Telescope standard can be used with the GPUSB Guide Port Interface Adapter. This opens up support for the GPUSB to popular software packages such as GuideDog and MaxIm Essentials. Details can be found in the GPUSB User Manual Rev 1.2 and on the Shoestring Astronomy Autoguide Port Interface Products webpage.

1) If it is not already on your computer, download the ASCOM platform from www.ascom-standards.org

2) Install the GPUSB ASCOM driver at:
http://store.shoestringastronomy.com/do ... _setup.exe

3) If not already on your computer, install the autoguide software of your choice.
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