You don't have to be on the bleeding edge though. Using git, you can go back to any version you like. e.g. the one which you know worked for you. The other advantage is that you can pick up bug fixes quickly and help by testing the code therein.
Cheers and HTH
They worked well for me building a RPi OS on a Buster test system. I did not use them for my other system because I do not know how to clean up all the individual files especially for KStars and get back to a clean install when the next stable is released.
I am new here. I have been using StellarMate on my Raspberry Pi with success, but find running EKOS and KStars better on my mini pc using Ubuntu.
I recently upgraded to Jellyfish and getting the same error as above. Any news when the stable is nearer to be released?
Yep, you are right... However, since my system is so basic and I use it only to operate the telescope, I simply wipe it clean and start from scratch. I just use Lancaster's "backupOrRestore.sh" script to save Indi and Kstar preferences. github.com/rlancaste/AstroPi3