[ros-users] How are you using Ubuntu on your robots
goncabrita at gmail.com
Mon Feb 7 19:16:46 UTC 2011
Here at the lab we run Eee PCs on our robots. We just installed Ubuntu 10.04
and after that ROS. However opening the Eee PCs lid can be very helpful at
times to do some maintenance on the software, so we kinda like the fact that
we have the graphical interface. We also have a couple of erratic with built
in PCs and they have the same setup, regular Ubuntu 10.04.
ISR - University of Coimbra
On Mon, Feb 7, 2011 at 6:52 PM, Willy Lambert <lambert.willy at gmail.com>wrote:
> As ROS has a preference for Ubuntu (or maybe more maintener for it), how do
> you install Ubuntu on your robots ? Do you leave a standard desktop
> installation ? With bureautics software or so one ?!? Are you using a non
> graphical Ubuntu version ? Are desintallating everything by hand ?
> I choosed a Debian system for my robot and dev machines (all x86) because
> there is an easy way to install a compliant system on them without worrying
> about versionning compatibility. I don't mind changing this because of ROS,
> but I am curious to know hat others are doing.
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