Included with libindi v1.6+. To install it under Ubuntu:
sudo apt-add-repository ppa:mutlaqja/ppa sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install libindi1
The driver supports Takahashi Temma mounts. Basic functions such as Track, Sync, and Park are supported. Select Temma Takahasi from your client. For example, if using Ekos, you can select the driver from telescope dropdown in the Profile Editor.
Before establishing connection to the mount, make sure to select the appropiate serial port from the connections tab. You can either select from the available auto-detected ports (e.g. /dev/ttyUSB0) or enter a port manually.
By default, the mount assumes it is looking toward the celestial pole with the weights down. From this startup home position, you can slew the mount anywhere above the horizon. Depending on your client, you can either control the mount from your client's skymap or via the INDI control panel.
Since the mount is not aligned, GOTO is not expected to be accurate. To improve the mount accuracy, use an alignment program (e.g. Ekos Alignment) or center the target star or object within the camera/eyepiece and then use Sync to synchronize the mount position. On the next GOTO, the mount should be more accurate. When slewing to an object on the other side of the meridian, it's recommended to double-check the position again and synchronize when necessary.
Parking position can be set to any arbitrary location above the right. It is managed from the Site Management tab or directly via the Skymap Set As Parking Position option.
If you find a bug, please report it at INDI's bug tracking system at GitHub.