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asked 2017-03-13 11:05:37 -0600

Roel Helsen gravatar image

I'm running ros-kinetic on ubuntu xenial. I installed the diagnostics package with apt-get and I want to use the script, however when I run "rosrun diagnostic_analysis <bagfilename>", I get an error saying that the "" file is not found. I searched for the file manually and I cannot find it anywhere in the filesystem (I was able to find the file which is the basis for the export_csv file)

Did anyone ever encounter this problem? (or similar with other python scripts) Is there some setting that I have to enable to receive the python scripts from a package?

Thanks in advance for the help! Kind regards, Roel

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answered 2017-03-13 12:31:41 -0600

Try installing the package from source. The error you are describing seems to have been reported some time ago, and it apparently still isn't fixed.

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Thanks for the quick answer.

I indeed installed it from source and that works, but I was wondering whether I had forgotten something or my installation had some problems. "Good" to hear that it is a general problem.

Roel Helsen gravatar image Roel Helsen  ( 2017-03-14 03:27:03 -0600 )edit

This is fixed in version 1.9.0 of diagnostics. I've released 1.9.0 to the build farm, and it should be available in binary form in a few weeks.

ahendrix gravatar image ahendrix  ( 2017-04-25 02:24:50 -0600 )edit

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