[ros-users] Indigo buildfarm ready for releases
lucas.chiesa at gmail.com
Wed Apr 2 02:07:10 UTC 2014
I've been testing this tutorial and everything worked ok.
I was able to run rviz from inside the chroot both building from
source and using the deb.
I'm using Ubuntu 12.04.4 (installed quite recently) and have an Intel
video card. I did not need to install any enablement stack.
"Oh no, not again."
- A bowl of petunias on its way to certain death.
On Mon, Mar 31, 2014 at 1:21 PM, Michael Fritscher
<michael.fritscher at telematik-zentrum.de> wrote:
>> On Mon, Mar 31, 2014 at 9:24 AM, Jose Luis Rivero
>> <jrivero at osrfoundation.org
>>> On 03/31/2014 03:16 AM, William Woodall wrote:
>>> > Thanks Jon!
>>> > I appreciate you taking the time to put the chroot option together.
>>> > What is the general consensus now that this chroot tutorial is
>>> > available? Is this sufficiently functional to let maintainers test
>>> > upcoming changes for Indigo on their Precise machines?
>>> Gazebo, or any other software that needs DRI enabled, can be run from a
>>> chroot, but the chroot should have exactly the same versions in the X
>>> stack in order to have a proper DRI support.
>>> For example, if you are using a Precise system and setup a Trusty
>>> chroot, both using Ubuntu packages, based on my experience, DRI won't
>> That is a good point, and we should mention it in Jon's chroot tutorial.
>> I ported some of my low-level packages using the chroot approach already,
>> so it is clearly helpful and useful.
>> But, given the X server issues, I doubt that our UTexas research robot
>> packages can be ported that way. Those packages use Gazebo, rviz and rqt
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> precise had got updated kernels and -stacks based on ubuntu 12-10, 13.04
> and so on. I think there will be a package for trusty as well. Frther
> information can be obtained under
> https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Kernel/LTSEnablementStack. These should help you.
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