That looks like a build error, usually caused by mismatch between base INDI library used to compile the driver and the version installed in the system as the driver crashes on startup before even connecting to device. If you are running on 32-bit x86, there is currently a known issue with libraries in the repository being for 32-bit ARM by accident. I run self compiled head versions of INDI and drivers on Ubuntu 19.10 on 64-bit x64 with 383L+ without problems so the driver itself should work. If you can compile INDI yourself, rebuilding with matching INDI and driver versions usually fixes things and if you run 32-bit x86, you should roll back the indi-3rdparty repo to commit 6b9e9cf478e3a24b939cad1ac66c33763e85f2d8 which is before the wrong libraries were commited and install libatik from that commit. Then you can compile indi-atik from the head for example.