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Posted 08:18:35, 31st August 2017 | № 38
I could not use the Marty image for my Rasberry Pi.
I've already installed ROS in Raspberry Pi following the steps in http://wiki.ros.org/ROSberryPi/Installing%20ROS%20Kinetic%20on%20the%20Raspberry%20Pi
Please advise what's the next steps?
Thanks and best regards,
Posted 16:10:05, 25th August 2017 | № 29
During calibration, when I press any button like Walk Forward or Zero joints (Reset); in Chatter, "Motor overloaded - continuous load" message appears and movement is stopped.
What does this mean?
Do we have a list of all Chatter messages and their meanings?
Thanks and best regards, James
Here are the most recent comments that buhion has made in the Forum:
Yes, rosserial is installed ``` pi@raspberrypi:~/ros_catkin_ws $ rospack find rosserial_python /home/pi/ros_catkin_ws/src/ro…
Posted 03:11:58, 06th September 2017
Yes Rick is plugged in correctly to the Pi.
Below is the roslaunch output: ``` roslaunch ros_marty startup.launch ...…
Posted 06:48:13, 05th September 2017
Thanks @sandy and @helmi
Checking out the dev branch solved the missing headers file issue.
I'm now able to launch the whole stack.
Posted 10:35:34, 03rd September 2017
Thanks @angus and @helmi
I also catkin_make marty_description.
However for ros_marty, i…
Posted 14:24:28, 01st September 2017
Overloading happens at a particular position all the time - when the knees are bent to the right. I've isolated the cause to be the right …
Posted 08:58:28, 31st August 2017
Thanks Sandy for your response and excellent work.
Yes, sanity check is complied in this case. Also, the joints can be moved easily.
Posted 00:49:40, 30th August 2017