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2021-10-17 06:35:30 -0600 commented answer Spurious measurements with a Hokuyo 2D LIDAR

Hi PatoInso. I remember that I concluded that the artifacts that you see at the three edges of this Π were caused by the

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2021-09-23 02:17:28 -0600 edited answer How can I launch rviz on a remote machine ?

What I do and works is this: user_remote@zen $ roslaunch pkg launcher.launch where you can either remove the launch

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2021-09-23 02:17:15 -0600 edited answer How can I launch rviz on a remote machine ?

What I do and works is this: user_remote@zen $ roslaunch pkg launcher.launch where you can either remove the launch

2021-09-23 02:15:16 -0600 answered a question How can I launch rviz on a remote machine ?

What I do and works is this: user_remote@zen $ roslaunch pkg launcher.launch where you can either remove the launch

2021-07-23 05:26:54 -0600 commented answer Path planned through unmapped region for goal present inside map.

I was also frustrated with this issue. For future reference see https://github.com/ros-planning/navigation/issues/261#is

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2020-07-13 03:59:17 -0600 answered a question Spurious measurements with a Hokuyo 2D LIDAR

The issue was resolved on its own somehow.

2020-07-05 05:21:22 -0600 asked a question Spurious measurements with a Hokuyo 2D LIDAR

Spurious measurements with a Hokuyo 2D LIDAR Hi all, I am experiencing a serious issue with a Hokuyo UST-20LX LIDAR se

2019-09-26 05:16:08 -0600 commented answer Run catkin make with custom compiler

Actually the path to the executable should be absolute: set(CMAKE_CXX_COMPILER "/usr/bin/clang++") set(CMAKE_C_COMPILER

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2018-09-19 11:02:19 -0600 answered a question frontier_exploration: frontiers inside robot footprint

Hey I know it's four years too late but I came across the very same 'Could not find nearby clear cell to start search'

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2014-04-19 04:03:54 -0600 commented answer Global dynamic reconfigure over multiple nodes

Hi Sai and thank you. Why oh why didn't I think of this? Due to a last-moment architectural change in my package, I will not be needing a global parameters file right now. Nevertheless, your solution is elegant and I will test it in my spare time.

2014-04-18 09:47:12 -0600 asked a question Global dynamic reconfigure over multiple nodes

Hi everybody.

I am facing a difficulty designing a dynamic reconfigure node.

My package's configuration consists of three nodes, each one with a dynamic reconfigure of its own.

I would like to have parameters common to all three nodes, which are changed in all of them by accessing and modifying some kind of "global" dynamic reconfigure parameter regime.

Is something like this possible?

Thank you in advance.