I have the same problem as well with player 3.0 on a pioneer 3dx robot.

Best Regards
Wu Hengxin
Institute for Infocomm Research
A*star


On Wed, Oct 28, 2009 at 1:37 AM, Moslem Kazemi <moslemk@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi there,
I was wondering if anyone could give me some directions on how to find
the problem (read below) and a solution for it. I would greatly
appreciate your help! Should I go back to player-2.3 ?
Thanks,
--Moslem.

On Fri, Oct 23, 2009 at 9:19 AM, Moslem Kazemi <moslemk@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi folks,
> Recently I upgraded to player-3.0 on our Powerbot (from mobilerobots)
> with no problem/error at the compile/install stage. However, I am not
> able to subscribe to the position2d:0 (p2os). I checked the connection
> using the aria demo program and it runs with no problem. Please note
> that I was able to subscribe and run the examples through the
> player-2.1 which was installed before. Here I bring a log of messages:
>
> After running player:
>
> $ player simple.cfg
> P2OS connection opening serial port /dev/ttyS0...Connected to robot
> device, handshaking with P2OS...listening on 6665
> Listening on ports: 6665
> turning off NONBLOCK mode...
>
> and after running playerv:
>
> $ playerv
> Connecting to [localhost:6665]
> playerc warning   : warning : [Player v.3.0.0] connected on
> [localhost:6665] with sock 4
>
> Available devices: localhost:6665
> position2d:0     p2os                                    ready
> sonar:0          p2os                                    ready
>
> and player says:
> accepted TCP client 0 on port 6665, fd 6
>
> after subscribing to position2d:0 using playerv (no message on player side):
>
> playerc error   : timed out waiting for server reply to request
> position2d:0:request:1
> playerv : error in
> /home/softwares/player-3.0.0/utils/playerv/pv_dev_position2d.c
>  libplayerc error: timed out waiting for server reply to request
> position2d:0:request:1
>
> The cfg file is:
> driver
> (
>  name "p2os"
>  provides ["odometry:::position2d:0"
>                  "sonar:0"
>                 ]
>  alwayson 1
>  port "/dev/ttyS0"
> )
>
> I would be happy to do any test or debugging as required so you could
> have a better idea what is going on!
> Many thanks in advance for your help.
>
> --Moslem.
> Ph.D. student, Robotics, SFU
> http://sites.google.com/site/moslemk/
>

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