Did some testing today ( unfortunately we have had some serious nfs issues ).
Looks to me that handleAnalogChange or analogChange never get called even though it was registered. I am not sure why. I am still looking into it.
Patrick Hartling <patrick@...> wrote: No, the change Aron made was to fix the crash you reported when using a
cluster configuration. The crash was caused by a mistake that I made when I
added analog support to the driver back in November. I thought that the
person who needed that capability had reported that it worked successfully,
but maybe I am remembering it wrong.
Ashish Chaudhary wrote:
> Yes I verified that on the server side ( which we are running on Win32 )
> . I can try to put some messages in the Vrpn.cpp and see if I can get
> something useful ( or run the debugger ).
> Could it be related to the minor change made by Aron?
> */Patrick Hartling
> Have you verified that VRPN is reading the analog data from the device
> correctly? If it is, then the next thing to do is debug the VRPN
> driver in
> Gadgeteer. Using a debugger is the best way to do it, but debugging
> can be tricky. Getting breakpoints set is sometimes a hassle.
> Putting extra
> debug output in the Vrpn.cpp file would be a quick way to find out
> happening on the Juggler side of the connection.
> Ashish Chaudhary wrote:
> > Aron,
> > Finally I was able to focus on this problem again. Now with
> juggler 2.2
> > seems like I am getting all the digital inputs via vrpn on both
> > ( gamepad ) and is900 but no analog inputs.
> > I dont see any error messages either. Any suggestion? I think I
> did test
> > that if I provide wrong analog server to juggler config it does
> > about no read from the analog server.
> > ~Thanks,
> > Aashish
> > */Aron Bierbaum /* wrote:
> > I committed a change to the VR Juggler VRPN driver that I think might
> > fix your problem:
> > http://developer.vrjuggler.org/changeset/20303
> > Could you try compiling VR Juggler with the change and test to see if
> > it fixes your problem?
> > Thanks,
> > Aron
> > On 6/14/07, Ashish Chaudhary wrote:
> > > Hi,
> > >
> > > I am using vrpn to get the tracker data to the cluster. When I
> run the
> > > application without cluster config everything works ( I get the
> > tracker data
> > > no crash ) but with cluster config the slave crashed with seg
> > fault ( below
> > > is the backtrace from one of the slaves ).
> > >
> > > Also attached is the vrpn config file. I am using vrjuggler 2.0.3
> > on gcc
> > > (GCC) 3.4.4 20050721 (Red Hat 3.4.4-2).
> > >
> > > Any suggestion would be helpful. Could it be a bug?
> > >
> > > ~Regards,
> > > Aashish
Patrick L. Hartling
VP Engineering, Infiscape Corp.
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