"pioneer.cfg" asks Player to talk to a real Pioneer robot over a serial
cable. That's not what you want to do. You'll find example config files
for using Stage's simulated robots on this page:
Also look at the examples in stage source directory>/worlds.
along with their matching .world files.
You'll get the idea.
On 21-Jan-05, at 12:26 PM, Nidhi Kalra wrote:
> I'm trying to get player/stage to work on OS X. I'm just using my Mac
> for preliminary development and I'll never hook real devices up so
> I've not noticed before that there is no serial port.
> Everything compiles and appears to be running but communication then
> is a problem (error below). I'm not sure what needs to be done to get
> serial communication working. If anyone is using player/stage on OS X,
> I'd appreciate any tips on how to work around this.
> I'm using pioneer.cfg and trying to run randomWalk out of the box. The
> only change I've made is to add "port /dev/ttys0" lines because ttyS0
> (capital S) does not exist.
> The error from player:
> listening on port 6665
> ** Player [port 6665] client accepted from 127.0.0.1 on socket 5 **
> P2OS connection initializing (/dev/ttys1)...Send: Input/output error
> The randomWalk client gives no errors.
> Many thanks!
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