[Beta Test] DYNAMIXEL Wizard 2.0

Happy belated New Year!

We hope you are having a great start of the year.

Here’s a good news for all of you especially advanced users and Linux users.
All new DYNAMIXEL Wizard 2.0 is about to be released, so we’d like you to try it and tell us what you think.
The DYNAMIXEL Wizard 2.0 supports Linux and Windows, and going to support OS X as well in the near future.

DYNAMIXEL Wizard 2.0 comes with various advanced features that will allow users to get the most out of DYNAMIXEL.

Below is the list of advanced features “currently” implemented in the software.

  1. Graph plotting feature : User can select Control Table items to plot data on the graph
  2. Packet Monitoring & Generation : User can easily generate packets and log TX/RX packets to analyze
  3. DYNAMIXEL Diagnosis : Enhanced diagnosis helps to figure out the problem of DYNAMIXEL.
  4. Enhanced Firmware Updates : Multiple DYNAMIXEL with different ID can be updated at the same time.
  5. Multi Baudrates, Ports are supported.

Please refer to the below eManual for more information.

Software can be downloaded at below download link.

Please feel free to report any bugs or issues.
Thanks!

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Good tutorial video by Robotclub Malaysia


Hi,

the Dynamixel Wizard 2.0 binary doesn’t work for me on Ubuntu 18.04 running in an HP EliteBooklaptop. I got the following error:
develo@devElite:~/ROBOTIS/DynamixelWizard2$ ./DynamixelWizard2.sh
/home/develo/ROBOTIS/DynamixelWizard2/./DynamixelWizard2: symbol lookup error: /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libGLX_mesa.so.0: undefined symbol: xcb_dri3_get_supported_modifiers

Some searching online shows that Dynamixel isn’t the only binary that has encountered this undefined symbol error, apparently something changed recently. However, suggested fixes such as using LD_PRELOAD or manually setting LD_LIBRARY_PATH don’t seem to work.
From what I understand, in those other cases the binary needed to be rebuilt.

Is there any help possible here?

EDIT: I can confirm that it works on Ubuntu 16.04 running in a VirtualBox VM.