Installing pyindi-client on ubuntu raspberry pi #28582
I figured it out. It was a permissions issue that I solved by running:
sudo chmod 777 /home/user/.cache/pip
sudo chmod 777 /home/user/.cache/pip/*
I'm not sure why this was causing the issue, especially since I also tried downloading pyindi-client from
where I don't remember using pip and it was also causing the same issue. Again, probably something really stupid, but I guess atleast it's working now.