Well i just made my first few experiences with player ...
So basically everything is working. Except the GUI for AMCL
I only added the following line to my configuration file
so the section for the AMCL looks now like this:
provides ["6665:localize:0" "6665:position2d:2"]
requires ["odometry::6665:position2d:0" "6665:laser:0"
When i start "playerv" and try to subscribe to the
"position2d:2(amcl)"-device the program crashes with the following
error. Nevertheless i can see the amcl-gui for a short moment ;)
So here's the output of playerv:
Connecting to [localhost:6665]
Available devices: localhost:6665
simulation:0 stage unsupported
map:0 stage ready
ptz:0 stage ready
gripper:0 stage ready
position2d:0 stage ready
laser:0 stage ready
blobfinder:0 stage ready
sonar:0 stage ready
graphics2d:0 stage unsupported
localize:0 amcl unsupported
position2d:2 amcl ready
position2d:1 vfh ready
unknown:0 wavefront unsupported
and when i try to subscribe ... the following lines appear
playerc error : recv failed with error [Die Ressource ist zur Zeit
warning : failed to reconnect
playerc warning : warning : no socket to write to
playerc error : close failed with error [Ungültiger Dateideskriptor]
playerv : error in playerv.c
close failed with error [Ungültiger Dateideskriptor]
Where [Die Ressource ist zur Zeit nicht verfügbar]
could be translated to [the ressource is not available at moment]
and [Ungültiger Dateideskriptor]
could be translated to [bad filedescriptor] or [invalid filedescriptor]
Stage crashes every time with different error messages ... weird ?!
So, has anybody an idea what's wrong ?
Rather a configuration problem ?
or has it something to do with the compiled executables ?
Maybe these informations are necessary ... i'm running
Player-2.0.4 & Stage-2.0.3 on ArchLinux.
If you need any other info for helping me, please let me know ;)
by the way ...
I was just wondering why stage "sounds all the time" when no client is
Well, for me it seems like the harddisk spins until a client-programm or
playerv is connected to stage.
It's not a bad thing ... it's just a little bit annoying when i write my
client program and this sound yells to my ears ;) because i have stage
still runnning ...
Is this a phenomenon that only i have to face ? Or is this standard ?