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This stack provides tools for remote robotic control, teleo-op, and remote labs. This stack in combination with packages from the brown-ros-pkg provide the code used to create the Pr2 Remote Lab.

Installation

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Before installing remote_lab stack in fuerte, please uninstall ros-fuerte-brown-remotelab debian package first if you already have it installed on your system (you can use Synaptic package manager for that). This is required because of a conflict in rosbridge that comes with the debian package. When you follow the steps below, you will get the working version of rosbridge.

To download the new remote_lab stack the following rosinstall file will get everything for you:

- svn: 
    local-name: remote_lab
    uri: 'http://svn.code.sf.net/p/bosch-ros-pkg/code/trunk/stacks/remote_lab'
- svn: 
    local-name: rosbridge
    uri: 'https://brown-ros-pkg.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/experimental/rosbridge'
- svn: 
    local-name: roswww
    uri: 'https://brown-ros-pkg.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/experimental/roswww'

To install the stack with rosinstall, create a new directory (e.g. remote_lab_bundle), in your ROS_PATH, create a file named .rosinstall in this directory and paste the above text into it, go to the directory in a terminal and follow these steps:

rosinstall . /opt/ros/fuerte

source ./setup.sh

rosmake wviz

rosmake mjpeg_server

rosmake wviz_tf_manager

rosmake map_compressor

After compiling the binaries, if you have pr2_gazebo stacks installed, you can test wviz out:

roslaunch wviz wviz_pr2_gazebo.launch

Now open a tab in Chrome and go to localhost:8000/roswww/wviz/wviz_simple.html

It should like this

wviz simple interface for visualization

If everything is OK so far, you can now proceed to wviz tutorials to learn more.

The following rosinstall file will get everything for you:

- svn: 
    local-name: remote_lab
    uri: 'http://svn.code.sf.net/p/bosch-ros-pkg/code/branches/electric/stacks/remote_lab'
- svn: 
    local-name: rosbridge
    uri: 'https://brown-ros-pkg.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/distribution/brown_remotelab/rosbridge'

Note: To use the rosinstall file, create a new directory (e.g. remote_lab), create a file named .rosinstall in this folder and paste the above text into it, go to the directory in a terminal and type

rosinstall . /opt/ros/electric
source ./setup.sh
rosmake remote_lab

Please refer to the rosinstall page for more details.

The following rosinstall file will get everything for you:

- svn: 
    local-name: remote_lab
    uri: 'http://svn.code.sf.net/p/bosch-ros-pkg/code/branches/diamondback/stacks/remote_lab'
- svn: 
    local-name: rosbridge
    uri: 'https://brown-ros-pkg.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/distribution/brown_remotelab/rosbridge'

Note: To use the rosinstall file, create a new directory (e.g. remote_lab), create a file named .rosinstall in this folder and paste the above text into it, go to the directory in a terminal and type

rosinstall . /opt/ros/diamondback
source ./setup.sh
rosmake remote_lab

Please refer to the rosinstall page for more details.

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2019-05-25 13:11