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2016-08-09 05:20:36 -0500 asked a question Can I feed odometry to ethzasl_icp_mapper?

The ICP-algorithm does not deliever the desired result. In order to build a correct map I now want to feed my odometry data into it. Is this possible? If yes, how?

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2016-06-16 11:01:42 -0500 asked a question Segfault using ethzasl_icp_mapper

So I have some velodyne pointcloud data playing from a rosbag and I'm running the mentioned icp mapper with it. Without any configuration the resulting map is (naturally) weird and not correct. So I looked into this
wiki.ros.org/ethzasl_icp_configuration
and tried the openni/icp.yaml configuration file.

I removed the ErrorMinimizer there because I don't think I have normals.

Whenever I run the mapper now with the command
"rosrun ethzasl_icp_mapper mapper _odom_frame:=velodyne _icpConfig:=/home/me/icp.yaml"
it crashes. This are its last messages:

INFO] [1466091372.160548899]: Processing new point cloud
INFO] [1466091372.160644797]: Input filters took 3.3035e-05 [s]
INFO] [1466091372.160837349]: Creating an initial map
INFO] [1466091372.161340540]: [TIME] New map available (6650 pts), update took 0.000646512 [s]
INFO] [1466091372.280269047]: Processing new point cloud
INFO] [1466091372.280357460]: Input filters took 2.784e-06 [s]
Segmentation fault (core dumped)

Do you have some tips how to make the whole thing work?
I'm a complete beginner and trying to get my hands dirty.

I'm using ROS Indigo and Ubuntu 14.04.