I don't know if the p2os driver has ever been tested with the
Ethernet-to-serial link (I'm assuming this is what you mean by wireless
without an on-board PC). You'll need to figure out how
Ethernet-to-serial works on your PC and what device node it creates.
An alternative would be to skip the Ethernet-to-serial connection and
plug a laptop directly into the Pioneer's on-board controller using a
On 11/05/10 00:40, king winter wrote:
> Dear all:
> I have a pioneer mobile robot P3-DX without onboard PC. But it has
> wireless connection. I am trying to install a player server in a laptop
> which uses ad-hoc wireless connecting to the robot. I am not sure the
> port string in player config file. Is there anyone using this kind of
> hardware configuration before?
> The port string I talked about is in the player configuration file. For
> example, if connect via serial port0, it is set as port "/dev/ttyS0".
> But I don't know what I should set for wireless connection.
> name "p2os"
> provides ["odometry:::position2d:0"
> port "/dev/ttyS0"