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2015-11-24 13:38:19 -0600 commented question ROS Indigo Update leading to "instance of 'ros::serialization::StreamOverrunException'"

Well it only took a few minutes to build from source. I tried a dist-upgrade as well, but to no success, though like you note, it upgraded my kernel and I had to rebuild some modules there as well.

2015-11-24 08:39:47 -0600 commented question ROS Indigo Update leading to "instance of 'ros::serialization::StreamOverrunException'"

Yeah I tried that as well. I wound up just "apt-get remove"'ing indigo and then compiled it from source, which seemed to fix the problem. Strange, but thanks for the suggestion!

2015-11-23 13:30:31 -0600 asked a question ROS Indigo Update leading to "instance of 'ros::serialization::StreamOverrunException'"

I did an "apt-get update && apt-get upgrade" today, and it looked like it updated the Indigo packages (someone correct me if I am wrong in assuming an update was pushed recently).

In any case, after recompiling one of my packages with no changes having been made, my node keeps crashing throwing the following exception:

terminate called after throwing an instance of 'ros::serialization::StreamOverrunException'
  what():  Buffer Overrun

Is there a bug in the update? No changes were made on my end. How do I revert to the previous version of Indigo?

Thanks, Scott