[ros-users] stereo in diamondback release
Asghari Oskoei, Mohammadreza
m.asghari-oskoei at herts.ac.uk
Wed Feb 9 17:07:31 UTC 2011
thank you for the reply,
so can we say regularly "unstable" is fresher than the "diamondback", and we can get required packages by "sudo apt-get install ros-unstable-XXXX"?
From: ros-users-bounces at code.ros.org [mailto:ros-users-bounces at code.ros.org] On Behalf Of Jack O'Quin
Sent: 09 February 2011 16:51
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Subject: Re: [ros-users] stereo in diamondback release
On Wed, Feb 9, 2011 at 10:22 AM, Asghari Oskoei, Mohammadreza
<m.asghari-oskoei at herts.ac.uk> wrote:
> I wonder to being able to have new releases developed for stereo image sync
> (--approximate=0.01 in python script and _approximate_sync:=True in cpp) we
> can use just pre-compiled diamondback (sudo apt-get ...) or should download
> and compile SVN sources. I basically prefer to use the pre-compiled release,
> but in a download that I did a few days ago, the above mentioned arguments
> were not working, so used the source.
> What a time gap is in-between uploaded pre-compiled and source releases?
It varies. My impression is that binary debs are usually available
within a week after the source release.
> What does "unstable" mean? WG-specific installation?
It means packages under development for the next distribution. Not
Unstable was used to develop packages for diamondback. Now that
diamondback beta is out, they are (roughly) the same. Once the final
diamondback distribution is released, unstable will begin development
for the next distribution (E-turtle).
> How can we get sure that we have got the latest diamondback and all related
> packages such as PR2, cob, ...
New deb binaries will be released as available. You should get them
automatically via System>Administration>Update Manager or "sudo
> What do you recommend about packages that we had in cturtle but can't find
> in diamondback, such as camera_drivers (prosilica_camera node), should we
> copy them from cturtle?
No. The cturtle packages are not compatible. There have been binary
For diamondback, the packaging became less monolithic. People are not
expected to download almost everything. REP 108 explains the new
Different variants comprise various subsets of the packages. I see
there is a care-o-bot variant, so you should get most of what you need
by installing ros-diamondback-care-o-bot.
Since that does not appear to include ros-diamondback-camera-drivers,
you may need to install that separately. If most or all care-o-bot
users need the camera_drivers, someone should probably add it to the
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