Any idea if or when this board might get support?
Not sure if this will help or not, but on my quick set of searches, there looks like there may be some limited ROS support for ROS Kinetic on RPI4
I did try that one, but trying the install did not work and appeared to be put up with zero testing LOL clown’s need to stay in the circus.
It did show me how hot this board gets, with heat sinks even. I am adding a small fan myself.
There is a image out know with Ubuntu 16.04 from Ubiquity which launches a adhoc connection,
It is pretty good.
There will be an update in ROBOTIS eManual regarding this, but please DM me if you want to try out the Raspbian image for TurtleBot3 with RPI4.
Sweet! You are really becoming quit the leader in ros research and tools, dang you rock.
Oh yea! it works, and good too. I shall install in a turtlebot3 today for some real testing .
Nice! Please let me know if there’s any issue with the image.
Yes, I am seeing were you are being like, ham strung by Ubuntu. Who would have thunk
I keep meaning to get back to the ROS2 stuff, but keep getting distracted.
Hum, I think will knows way more than I, but personally. It seems there is something very wrong with the Ubuntu development at the moment over at, hum were is it developed at? Cause he/she needs some help!
Hi, this RPi4 image is for ROS 1.
ROS 2 Dashing is currently tested with Ubuntu server 18.04 image, but we cannot distribute our own image due to the limitation of redistribution policy of Canonical.
So until we develop Raspbian image for ROS 2, installation procedure on eManual will be updated with Foxy version.
There is now a install for ubuntu-mate-desktop for the Ubuntu server 18.04 image, just suo apt-get install form the command line.
What does the gravity compensation package with OpenManipulator-X do?