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      • Humpelstilzchen
        Guma: Are you talking about ros packages in vanilla ubuntu?
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      • ParkerR
        Hey
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      • :D I got rtabmap working first try http://i.imgur.com/rkaPlfC.png
      • Up until now I had been using Scenect in Windows but I saw rtabmap adding to the Arch AUR and figured I'd give it a try. Dare I say is working a lot better than the Windows counterpart
      • *added
      • The only slight thing I had to do was add /opt/ros/kinetic/bin to PATH and LD preload the lib dir LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/opt/ros/kinetic/lib/ rtabmap
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      • So libfreenect works fine in rtabmap but I was wanting to try OpenNI. I have PCL installed along with both openni and openni2. For some reason I keep getting "[ERROR] (2017-03-30 06:05:14.344) CameraRGBD.cpp:185::init() PCL not built with OpenNI! Cannot initialize CameraOpenNI" From the PCL wiki it seems openni support is enabled if found so I'm not sure what coyuld be going on
      • v4hn
        well, apparently pcl has *not* been built with openni support
      • ParkerR
        :P I'm looking at the pcl build script and it says openni is a dependency. I had it installed when I built pcl hmm
      • No big deal either way, libfrenect seems to work fine
      • Btw if anybody is using Arch here are my compiled packages https://not.yourwebsite.party/packages/
      • v4hn, I just noticed the rtabmap compile looks for opennni2 which I didnt have installed when I originally compiled it. Trying a new build now
      • Hmm after the rebuild and installing the primesense driver (removed sensorkinect) I am getting a different message "[ERROR] (2017-03-30 06:34:03.398) CameraRGBD.cpp:175::init() OpenNI exception: void pcl::OpenNIGrabber::setupDevice(const string&, const pcl::OpenNIGrabber::Mode&, const pcl::OpenNIGrabber::Mode&) in /home/parker/.cache/pacaur/pcl-git/src/pcl/io/src/openni_grabber.cpp @ 328 : No devices connected." Libfreenect is setup for the correct
      • permissions but is there something else I have to do for openni?
      • Hmm tried as root and it still failed there
      • v4hn
        Nah, that's more or less a standard error
      • my usual fix for that up to now was to use the freenect or the other OpenNI version
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      • I didn't look into the details, but afaik it might be related to different protocols/firmware supported by different drivers
      • if freenect works, it's probably best to stay with that one anyway
      • ParkerR
        :) Thanks. Really loving it so far.
      • Might take this to work, throw my laptop on a cart, and try some mapping (need to work out a portable 12V for the Kinect
      • v4hn, By the way what's the difference in rtabmap and the ros version? http://wiki.ros.org/rtabmap_ros Flipping between the two wiki pages I didnt see anything stand out
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      • v4hn
        that's a common pattern for ROS contributions. Usually the core part is more or less ROS independent and then there's a ROS wrapper *_ros that puts the core into a ROS node
      • ParkerR
        Ahh so if the base works and Im not using anything else ROS, its fine there?
      • Sweet
      • Also I don't know if zootboy is on here but seriously thanks a lot for the AUR packages. Would probably have never got this going otherwise https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/?K=zootboy&a...
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