[ros-users] ROS Kinetic Kame Release
roxfoxpox at gmail.com
Tue May 24 01:43:15 UTC 2016
TDLR: Kinetic Kame is now also on Docker Hub! 🐳
I'd just like to piggyback off this announcement and let everyone know that
the Official Docker Hub repo for ROS has also been updated to include the
So, you can know easily run and test Kinetic, even if you haven't yet
migrated to Ubuntu Xenial on your host OS.
Simply run this command to download and start a bash session in a kinetic
$> docker run -it ros:kinetic
- The implicit 'latest' tag, reserved for the latest LTS, has now also
been moved to point from indigo to kinetic.
- Installing Docker on linux: https://docs.docker.com/linux/step_one/
- Ticket an issues with the images: https://github.com/osrf/docker_images
- Don't forget to stare our official repo so others might discover it
- Ruffin (ruffsl)
On Mon, May 23, 2016 at 4:46 PM, Jackie Kay via ros-users <
ros-users at lists.ros.org> wrote:
> Greetings ROS users,
> Happy World Turtle Day! 🐢 
> I am pleased to announce that the 10th ROS distribution, Kinetic Kame, is
> now available on Ubuntu Xenial 16.04, Ubuntu Wily 15.10, and Debian Jessie.
> Packages for 32-bit ARM (armhf) are available on Xenial, and 64-bit ARM
> (aarch64) is supported on Debian Jessie.
> To install ROS Kinetic, refer to the Installation page on the Wiki:
> Check out the Migration guide for a changelog of new features and API
> 524 packages in the ROS ecosystem are in the initial release of Kinetic,
> compared to 2149 currently in Indigo and 1016 in Jade. You can see the
> released packages on the status page for Kinetic:
> And you can compare the versions of packages in Indigo, Jade, and Kinetic
> here (thanks William for making changes to the new compare pages):
> If there's a package missing in Kinetic that you'd like to see released,
> contact the maintainers to let them know. Even though we've made the
> initial Kinetic release, it's never too late to add packages to Kinetic (or
> Jade or Indigo) for upcoming syncs.
> Kinetic T-shirts (and hoodies) should come through in the mail this week.
> We'd also like to announce the name of the next ROS distribution, which
> you can look forward to downloading a year from now: Lunar Loggerhead!
> Thank you to all of the maintainers and contributors who helped make this
> release possible. We couldn't do this without you.
> - Jackie and the ROS Team
>  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_Turtle_Day
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> ros-users at lists.ros.org
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