[ros-users] roscpp on embedded devices with ethernet?

blackstag blackstag at gmail.com
Wed Sep 12 18:43:17 UTC 2012

Ros serial does have a TCP option now for wifi or ethernet.

On Wed, Sep 12, 2012 at 1:14 PM, Dave Curtis <dave at dave-curtis.com> wrote:

> I've been searching the archives for info on this topic but everything I
> turn up is pretty ancient.
> Suppose you have an embedded device that has an ethernet controller and
> enough oomph to run a TCP stack and an RTOS, for instance an ARM Cortex-M3.
>  Is it possible to run roscpp on the bare metal, or does roscpp depend on a
> lot of Linux system services?  Of course, rosserial would be an option, but
> if you have an ethernet controller on chip, that seems limiting.  Or is
> there another light-weight ROS comms on TCP that I don't know about?
> -dave
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