I use the latest INDI version of the indi git repository.
If I define in EKOS a profile including the CCD Simulator (CCD or Guider) and I like to get a exposure, EKOS/KStars run in the follow error and crash:
./kstars: symbol lookup error: ./kstars: undefined symbol: from64tobits_fast
(I think from64tobits_fast is from indi, but indiserver and indi_simulator_ccd are still running after kstars crash)
I get this error with follow kstars version on opensuse:
latest master form the kstars git repository
kstars-16.08.0-1.7.x86_64 and kstars-16.11.60git.20160829T103141~187e93a-205.1.x86_64 - each compiled from the sources rpms
OS: openSUSE Leap 42.1 (x86_64)
With skychart-3.11-3275.x86_64 the INDI CCD Simulator works well, no error.
> I use the latest INDI version of the indi git repository
Then you also need to recompile kstars.
I suggest to report this to INDI developers, asking to double-check if the changes are API/ABI compatible (if they have those guarantees).
I compile kstars any time if I get a src updated (form indi or kstars)!
For your info: my sbig cameras and my canon DSLR works well!
I have creat a new topic at the INDi Forum, with note to this bug.
On my system, there were 2 indiserver old / new version and kstars took the old version! I remove the old version of indiserver, now it's working.