Do you know what version of Armbian you are running?
I would have ordered a tinkerboard, but they do not seem to be in stock anywhere. I ordered a couple of SoCs based on Rockchip CPUs and have tested at least one of them and I was able to get indi-allsky running. I have at least validated one non-Raspberry Pi hardware will work.
I am thinking about just making my own white balance options that can be applied to any camera. I am having a tough time justifying putting much more investment in the indi_rpicam driver. It is becoming increasingly apparent that it may be a dead end.
Arm64 is set to become the de facto architecture for ARM SoCs and the library used to communicate with the Raspi HQ camera (MMAL) is not compatible with arm64. The Raspberry Pi folks are working on replacement libraries, but INDI support is based on MMAL, so INDI is probably starting from scratch if someone wants to try to support the libcamera library.
Maybe I am wrong (I hope I am wrong) but the outlook is not so good.
I'm looking for someone to help me and I've managed to get the images from the camera(asi120), but I can't get the web page on my tinkerboard.
Where do I find the configuration of the web page?
I've got it working on my tinkerboard, but now I've got another problem, but it's nothing to do with the program itself.
I'm not sure what to do about it, but I'd like to know what I need to do to connect to the web page address from an external network.
I have not timed the build on a Rpi 3, but I would expect indi to build in about 2 hours with my build script.
I think the v1.7 Raspi camera will work. I believe you would use the indi_v4l2_ccd driver, but I cannot be sure. Just temper your expectations with any camera using v4l2. These are technically webcams that only stream video, taking still images is basically just grabbing a frame from the video stream. The camera could also be limited to 1s exposures. Some drivers support longer exposure times, but long exposures are actually just simulated by taking multiple frames from the video stream and internally stacking them in the driver.