I do remember looking at it for a motion control application I was working on but decided to spin my own instead. I seem to recall it was a bit of a large hammer in relation to the small nut that was my problem.
I was looking to run it on a BBB as that's our platform of choice. On Tue, 30 Nov 2021 at 21:08, Hamish McIntyre-Bhatty <d...@hamishmb.com> wrote: > On 30/11/2021 20:47, PeterMerchant wrote: > > On 30/11/2021 19:19, Hamish McIntyre-Bhatty wrote: > >> On 30/11/2021 15:45, PeterMerchant wrote: > >>> Is anybody on here doing anything with ROS? Just wondering it > >>> because I might try it and need help. > >>> > >>> Peter M. > >> > >> What does it run on? I'm vaguely curious and have a spare Pi 1, so if > >> I can run it on that I might give it a try sometime. I don't know > >> anything about it though. > >> > >> Hamish > >> > >> > >> > > The Documentation is very poor about how you would run it on a R-Pi. > > That's one of my first problems with it. > > > > Peter > > Ah, I see. > > For some reason I assumed it was real time, but it seems not. Also, it > does say it runs on Linux, as it's more middleware than an OS itself. If > you didn't find it already, http://wiki.ros.org/ROSberryPi looks > potentially useful. > > Hamish > > > -- > Next meeting: Online, Jitsi, Tuesday, 2021-12-07 20:00 > Check to whom you are replying > Meetings, mailing list, IRC, ... http://dorset.lug.org.uk > New thread, don't hijack: mailto:email@example.com > -- Next meeting: Online, Jitsi, Tuesday, 2021-12-07 20:00 Check to whom you are replying Meetings, mailing list, IRC, ... http://dorset.lug.org.uk New thread, don't hijack: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org