I cannot take pictures/preview with the above mentioned camera in Ubuntu 20.04.3 LTS following the instructions from indilib.org/ccds/toupcam-cameras.html. In the client software (kstars & ccdciel) I always get a timeout error. When running in a windows VM with the Omegon software it works.
Sadly I didn't find anything to solve my problem, so any help/hint is appreciated.
<code>libtoupcam/focal,now 1.49.1~202111111433~ubuntu20.04.1 amd64 [installed,automatic]
Library for Touptek Cameras.
libindi1/focal,now 1.9.3~202111111245~ubuntu20.04.1 amd64 [installed,automatic]
Instrument-Neutral Device Interface library -- shared library
ccdciel/unknown,now 0.9.76-2478 amd64 [installed]
A CCD capture software intended for the amateur astronomer.</code>
<code>joerg@astro:~$ indiserver -vv indi_toupcam_ccd
2022-01-16T10:27:49: startup: indiserver -vv indi_toupcam_ccd
2022-01-16T10:27:49: Driver indi_toupcam_ccd: pid=1207 rfd=3 wfd=6 efd=7
2022-01-16T10:27:49: listening to port 7624 on fd 4
2022-01-16T10:27:49: Driver indi_toupcam_ccd: sending <getProperties version='1.7'/>
with yesterdays update to v1.9.4 (indilib.org/forum/announcement/id-33.html) kstars crashes with a segfault when pressing the "Start" button in the EKOS dialog and ccdciel disconnects immediately after trying to connect.
Ok, for those who are interested: I was able to run the camera in half the resolution ("INDI Control Panel "-> "Toupcam G3M178C" -> "Controls": setting "Resolution" to "1520+1024") with Debian on a Lenovo T490 Laptop. And finally on a Raspberry Pi 4 with Astroberry, the camera was running in full resolution. Sadly Idid not yet find out, why it is not running with the laptop.