Hydro on Raspberry Pi 3 for use xsens_driver [closed]

asked 2016-05-19 15:54:47 -0600

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Hello, i'm interested in the integration of the Xsens MTi-G sensor with my raspberry pi 3, and seems that ROS can do that, and many other stuff, that can be very interesting.

So, i've installed the Hydro following this tutorial: http://wiki.ros.org/ROSberryPi/Settin... (Setting up Hydro on RaspberryPi)

That follows the installation from source procedure.

And the ROS is working (i've test roscore running),

And now i want to install and run the xsens_driver package ( http://wiki.ros.org/xsens_driver )

but i dunno how to do that, and most tutorials are a bit confusing... can you help me?

The own before-mentioned tutorial, have these instructions:

cd ~/ros_catkin_ws/src
roslocate info turtlesim | rosws merge -
rosws update
cd ..
rosdep install  --from-paths src --ignore-src --rosdistro hydro -y --os=debian:wheezy
./src/catkin/bin/catkin_make_isolated --install

ok, i know that the package name is not turtlesim. But i've tried to swap for the wanted package name: xsens_driver, and it says that the sintax is incorrect... the command just tells me that the is necessary include the version, with something like --version-hydro (in my case), that i have added, but it does not goes forward...

so, how can I install it? If I download the source from github, can i just paste the folder in /ros_catkin_ws/src and then follow the steps, beginning with rosws merge - ?

And after the installation of the package, what is the first step to run it?

Many thanks!

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