USB3Vision write_memory timeout when trying to acquire images

I am running a The Imaging Source camera on a buildroot Linux with Aravis 0.8.30. But whenever I try to acquire images, I get the error

USB3Vision write_memory timeout

Running arv-test-0.8 returns

# arv-test-0.8
Found 1 device
Testing 'The Imaging Source Europe GmbH:DFM 37UX265-ML'
Genicam:Load                        SUCCESS
Genicam:Schema                      SUCCESS Schema validation disabled
Properties:SensorSizeReadout        SUCCESS
Properties:SensorSizeCheck          IGNORED
Properties:GainAvailable            SUCCESS
Properties:GainReadout              SUCCESS
Properties:ExposureTimeAvailable    SUCCESS
Properties:ExposureTimeReadout      SUCCESS
MultipleAcquisitionA:BufferCheck    FAILURE 0/10 [AcquisitionStart] [AcquisitionStartStopRegister] USB3Vision write_memory timeout
MultipleAcquisitionA:FrameRate      FAILURE
SingleAcquisition:BufferCheck       FAILURE [AcquisitionStart] [AcquisitionStartStopRegister] USB3Vision write_memory timeout
SoftwareTrigger:BufferCheck         FAILURE 0/5 [AcquisitionStart] [AcquisitionStartStopRegister] USB3Vision write_memory timeout
MultipleAcquisitionB:BufferCheck    FAILURE 0/10 [AcquisitionStart] [AcquisitionStartStopRegister] USB3Vision write_memory timeout
MultipleAcquisitionB:FrameRate      FAILURE
Chunks:NoSupport                    FAILURE

and arv-camera-test-0.8 -d all --duration 1 returns

Looking for the first available camera
vendor name            = The Imaging Source Europe GmbH
model name             = DFM 37UX265-ML
device serial number   = 11320630
image width            = 128
image height           = 128
horizontal binning     = 1
vertical binning       = 1
exposure               = 20000 ┬Ás
gain                   = 2 dB
payload                = 16384 bytes
  0 frame/s  -       0 MiB/s
n_completed_buffers    = 0
n_failures             = 0
n_underruns            = 0
n_aborted              = 0
n_transferred_bytes    = 0
n_ignored_bytes        = 0

If anyone stumbles over that in the future, the solution is to enable the following buildroot package dependencies in the aravis.mk file:

ARAVIS_DEPENDENCIES = \
        host-pkgconf \
        libglib2 \
        libxml2 \
        zlib \
        libusb \
        python-libusb1 \
        gstreamer1