I am trying to connect my Atik 320e but I always get a crash message on Ubuntu 20.04.2.0. I tried to go to device manager and check "Atik ccd" driver but I also get a driver crashed error and the following message:
2021-03-06T16:24:42: startup: /usr/bin/indiserver -v -p 7625 -m 300 -r 0 -f /tmp/indififoe9bb0e33
2021-03-06T16:24:42: listening to port 7625 on fd 3
FIFO: start indi_atik_ccd
FIFO: Starting driver indi_atik_ccd
2021-03-06T16:24:42: Driver indi_atik_ccd: pid=11871 rfd=4 wfd=7 efd=8
2021-03-06T16:24:42: Client 5: new arrival from 127.0.0.1:52250 - welcome!
2021-03-06T16:24:42: Driver indi_atik_ccd: indi_atik_ccd: symbol lookup error: indi_atik_ccd: undefined symbol: _ZThn5128_N4INDI3CCD13GuideCompleteE12INDI_EQ_AXIS
2021-03-06T16:24:42: Driver indi_atik_ccd: stderr EOF
2021-03-06T16:24:42: Driver indi_atik_ccd: Terminated after #0 restarts.
Child process 11871 died
Child process has different value every time I try (if that helps).
I am using Kstars 3.5.2 stable and the newest version of indi-full (1.8.9~202103011147~ubuntu20.04.1) and indi-atik (2.6~202101090810~ubuntu20.04.1). I have tried all USB ports on my laptop (2xUSB3.0 and 1xUSB2.0) but I always get the same message.
I connect my whole setup on a rasberry pi 4 with an older version of Kstars and indi drivers,but I want to conduct observations with my laptop this time. Any ideas on how can I fix it? My laptop recognizes the camera so its not a hardware problem.
Thank you very much for your time and consideration.
Thanks to Nuno's help,we installed an older version (atikccd-1.22) and libnova dependency (0.14-0_0.14.0-2.1) and it worked like a charm. The strange part of the story is that due to change in the libnova dependency,I couldn't install some programs. So I ran fix-broken to fix the dependencies and update so I got the newest version of atik again. But now,with the newest version,Atik works fine again. Really strange outcome.