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How to use the micro-ROS with zephyr on board stm32f429 or with Qemu?

asked 2020-11-30 01:22:01 -0500

eric_wang gravatar image

Dear (Micro-)ROS developers,

I am a novice who wants to combine micro ROS and zephyr. I read and try the tutorial on the official website of micro ROS, and I have successfully reproduced the first example on Linux host.

But I had a problem with the next step, because I didn't have the board called olimex-stm32-e407 that I used in the tutorial.

For zeyhyr, I understand that Qemu can be used for simulation. Can I use it to simulate the board? If it's not possible, I actually have a board stm32f429, which is also a board supported by zephyr. I have used it to run zephyr-1.1.14. So can I use it instead of the olimex-stm32-e407? If I use this board, do I need to do a special transplantation separately? Do I need to consider the zephyr version here?

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hello @eric_wang, I too have just finish running microros on linux host. And I too have same STM32F429 board where I want to implement microros with zephyr. Did you have any success in using STM32F29 board with Zephyr+microros? It isn't working for me yet.

ravi.n gravatar image ravi.n  ( 2021-08-25 01:07:30 -0500 )edit

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answered 2020-11-30 03:01:53 -0500

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Hello @eric_wang regarding Zephyr emulation: check here.

Regarding your board, it is not officially supported but you can try to port it. Usually, Zephyr supported boards are not difficult to integrate with micro-ROS. Open an issue in the build system repo if you have any doubt.

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Thank you very much,I will have a try.

eric_wang gravatar image eric_wang  ( 2020-11-30 06:23:39 -0500 )edit

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