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INDI Library v1.9.2 Released (14 Sep 2021)

Bimonthly Stable INDI Library release introduces new drivers and fixes for existing ones.

Roll back to 1.8.9

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Roll back to 1.8.9 was created by Chad

I am not having great experience with 1.9.1 and my LX200 OnStep driver.

How do i roll back to 1.8.9?  It does not seem available in the apt repository.

pi@CGEProPi:~ $ sudo apt install indi-full=1.8.9
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information... Done
E: Version '1.8.9' for 'indi-full' was not found


Thanks!
Chad


 
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Replied by Grimaldi on topic Roll back to 1.8.9

If all else fails, look at what your distribution has, download them manually and use dpkg to install. (Debian has 1.8.8 for example)
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Replied by Chad on topic Roll back to 1.8.9

dpkg is for deb files. Where do i get the deb files for 1.8.9 ? This is on a raspberry pi also running raspian.
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Replied by Chad on topic Roll back to 1.8.9

For anyone else wondering. What i ended up doing was going to the releases on the github page.
github.com/indilib/indi/releases

Downloaded the version i wanted.

Installed on my rapsbeey pi all of the supporting software needed :
sudo apt-get install -y libnova-dev libcfitsio-dev libusb-1.0-0-dev zlib1g-dev libgsl-dev build-essential cmake git libjpeg-dev libcurl4-gnutls-dev libtiff-dev libfftw3-dev librtlsdr-dev

I read the install file in the downloaded zip file.
INDI Library Setup 1.0.0
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You must have CMake >= 2.8 in order to build this package.

1) $ tar -xzf v-1.8.9.tar.gz
2) $ mkdir libindi_build
3) $ cd libindi_build
4) $ cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/usr . ../libindi
5) $ su -c 'make install' or sudo make install
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