On Kubuntu, they're building all the INDI packages. This poses a problem with the PPA and there is conflict. This is not the issue with standard Ubuntu, just Kubuntu. I changed the names of all packages so that they supercede the Kubuntu packages next we I trigger a build. Will do that for next stable INDI release.
This will give you a range of commonly used drivers. Then open up an ekos profile and see if your equipment is listed. It is likely that in a few days or so indi-full installation will work. This works on the stable install of kstars.
I have installed using indi-bin on both stable and nightly versions with no issues. EqMod or asi libraries are not being asked for when installing indi-bin with KStars bleeding on my system (Rpi4 running Ubuntu Mate). Indi-full is showing as not available as you say. EqMod drivers and ZWO cameras are available on indi-bin. Oddly the EFW filter wheel is not available in the filter dropdown in EKOS profile builder. I did find the ZWO EFW driver in aux section under ZWO with a pop up about use as remote driver (not local).
Hope this info helps
<em>The following packages have unmet dependencies:
indi-aagcloudwatcher-ng : Depends: libindidriver1 (>= 1.9.4+dfsg) but it is not installable
indi-talon6 : Depends: libindidriver1 (>= 1.9.4+dfsg) but it is not installable
E: Unable to correct problems, you have held broken packages.
As of 24th April[
I encountered the same issue on my Ubuntu installation.
How would someone resolve this?
On another note, Ekos/INDI are completely unusable if installed on Ubuntu from Snap, for me.
I tried to start up one of my profiles and get a message that indi_ccd is not installed.
I can't get past the inability to install indi-asi on 22.04. I have indi-bin installed since indi-full won't install. When I try to install indi-asi, I get the following message
Not having full support for ASI ccds makes EKOS totally unusable for me.
Losmandy G11G, ZWO OAG, Celestron OAG, ASI 120MM mini guide camera, SV 80ST, TPO RC8, ASI 1600MM Pro, ASI 294MM Pro, ASI filters and filter wheel
No its not working even on Xubuntu. The culprit appears to be indi-eqmod which appears to have bene built against indi 9.4
The following packages have unmet dependencies:
libindi1 : Conflicts: libindi-plugins but 1.9.4+dfsg-1 is to be installed
Conflicts: libindialignmentdriver1 but 1.9.4+dfsg-1 is to be installed
Conflicts: libindidriver1 but 1.9.4+dfsg-1 is to be installed
E: Error, pkgProblemResolver::Resolve generated breaks, this may be caused by held packages.
The only version that everything works fine in this PPA is 21.10.