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turtlebot_kinect_arm_calibration not compiling in fuerte

asked 2012-05-08 13:05:33 -0600

Dave Coleman gravatar image

updated 2012-05-08 13:14:41 -0600

I've been struggling getting the Kinect arm calibration package to compile on Ubuntu 11.10 with Fuerte. I answered my first issue here which might need updating on the Turtlebot repo.

I'm still unable to resolve issues with:

turtlebot_kinect_arm_calibration/src/calibrate_kinect_checkerboard.cpp:317:5: error: ‘estimateRigidTransformationSVD’ is not a member of ‘pcl’

I believe the function ‘estimateRigidTransformationSVD’ is suppose to be in the rigid_transforms.hpp file. I can't find that file anywhere on my computer, but that might be because I am using PCL binaries?

rosmake pcl and rosmake pcl_ros build without failure. I also installed PCL through sudo apt-get install libpcl-all. Not sure what else to try...

Additionally, there is an OpenCV linker issues when the above issue is commented out. I'd love some help in getting this working, thanks!

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answered 2013-01-11 03:06:47 -0600

Dave Coleman gravatar image

To followup on this old, unanswered question, I ended up figuring out how to port the code to Fuerte then Groovy, and update the depreciated PCL and OpenCV methods. My work for the ClamArm can be found here:

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