It seems that your libqhyccd.so.22 file is missing or not in the right place..
If you still have your build folder it should be there then you can copy it like so: "sudo cp ~/Projects/build/indi-3rdparty-libs/libqhy/libqhyccd.so.22 /lib/aarch64-linux-gnu/".
/lib/aarch64-linux-gnu/ is the folder where your file should be..
You can run "sudo find / -name libqhyccd.so.22" to see if you have the file somewhere..
Interestingly enough I figured out the latest SDK provided for Linux by QHY (at least the last one I found) ships a
version of the lib, but the symlink is
That's probably a bug and you should rename that link to
, which is exactly the shared object file your system is missing.
All libs should be installed in /usr/local/lib which is a quite common location for manually installed software and most systems should look in this folders for files. So I would assume that simply renaming the file will fix the problem.
(Assuming you installed the library from the QHY SDK here)
I installed the SDK again, but also made the lib renamed and run ldconfig, but the message libqhyccd.so.22 not found persists. Does EKOS search at another place for this lib? I now /usr/local/lib should be the right one, but...
found out that the library has to be present in /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu, which makes no sense for me for and user installed lib.
So renaming it there (also with SDK) makes INDI find the lib now....
Still I do not know why -> somebody could explain this? Many thanks.