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INDI Library v2.0.7 is Released (01 Apr 2024)

Bi-monthly release with minor bug fixes and improvements

undefined symbol errors

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I run Indi on Ubuntu 22.04.3 LTS on x86, usually without problems since years. This changed a few days ago. I did the usual apt update; apt upgrade after starting up the laptop. I believe it did only some OS updates, nothing indi related. Since that time, I can not start some indi devices with indiserver. I get the following errors:
Driver indi_eqmod_telescope: indi_eqmod_telescope: symbol lookup error: indi_eqmod_telescope: undefined symbol: _ZN4INDI9Telescope4FlipEdd
indi_simulator_telescope: symbol lookup error: indi_simulator_telescope: undefined symbol: _ZN4INDI9Telescope4FlipEdd
indi_simulator_ccd: symbol lookup error: indi_simulator_ccd: undefined symbol: _ZNK4INDI13PropertyBasicI6_ITextEixEi

Some drivers still work, like qhy_ccd or toupcam_ccd. What went wrong?

CS, Markus
2 months 2 weeks ago #98572

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same problem after upgrading to v2.0.6 ...
I have now removed the ppa indi packages and compiled INDI v2.0.6 using the handy build_indi script by Aaron Morris. The self compiled versions of indiserver and the device drivers work flawlessly if started manually. Unfortunately I now have problems starting the stuff using indiweb. I already created a symbolic link between /usr/share/indi and /usr/local/share/indi.to get the device info and did a pip3 upgrade of the package.

CS, Markus
2 months 7 hours ago #99064

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