well, it seems that ZWO CCD IS there after all after the apt upgrade step...
by installing the latest astroberry image on a fresh card ? i didn't "get myself into this".
and i think someone else mentioned the same issue.
if i have to install it, it wasn't there to begin with, right?
i'm not making things up just to get attention on indi forums, btw. i encountered a genuine issue from a fresh install. ain't there when i first boot, ain't there after apt-upgrade.
i know there ARE ways to fix this (as i mentioned, i fixed it by installing another indi manager that comes with its own indi drivers), i'm just raising a flag that it seems to be missing somehow.
To be exact, the ZWO drivers are NOT an option when trying to create a profile with the Indi Web manager. However, if one installs another indiserver manager like indistarter (i just did), zwo drivers are an option, but I think it's because indistarter packages its own indi distribution.
So, whatever indi distribution is packaged with astroberry that the indi web manager is trying to access, the ZWO camera drivers are missing. Thus my _original_ question, how does one update libindi and the libindi device drivers with astroberry?
so I installed astroberry 2.0.2 on a rasp 4 (8g). all fun and games, but I need to upgrade the indi drivers/library to the latest version, as what's there doesn't seem to have drivers for ZWO cameras (there;s no ASI/ZWO camera option in the indi web manager menus when creating a new configuration, and it really needs to be the latest to support my asi 2600-mc-pro.
So, how do i install the latest indi/drivers?