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2019-11-20 07:39:03 -0500 commented answer How to include a .launch file on a remote machine from a .launch file?

This is indeed the case. The same goes for the fact that any nodes you want to launch remotely, have to be installed loc

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2018-10-05 08:17:31 -0500 edited answer Roslaunch machine tag on include

If anyone is still looking for an answer, I think currently the most elegant solution is: <launch> <i

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2018-02-22 04:08:14 -0500 commented answer How to include a .launch file on a remote machine from a .launch file?

Do you mean the defailt="true" attribute of the <machine> element (which is present in my example)? Or is an addit

2018-02-22 03:58:42 -0500 edited answer How to include a .launch file on a remote machine from a .launch file?

If anyone is still looking for an answer, I think currently the most elegant solution is: <launch> <i

2018-02-16 05:01:04 -0500 commented answer start and kill rosbag record from bash shell script

The correct command that worked for me (ROS Kinetic) is: rosbag record -o /file/name /topic __name:=my_bag rosnode kill

2018-02-16 05:00:56 -0500 commented answer start and kill rosbag record from bash shell script

The correct command that worked for me (ROS Kinetic) is: rosbag record -o /file/name /topic __name:=my_bag rosnode kill

2018-02-16 04:59:00 -0500 commented answer start and kill rosbag record from bash shell script

The correct command that worked for me (ROS Kinetic) is: rosbag record -o /file/name /topic __name:=my_bag rosnode kill

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2017-02-06 03:56:19 -0500 commented answer How to include a .launch file on a remote machine from a .launch file?

Apparently the machine tag doesn't apply to a specific group, but to any nodes/includes that come after it. So the order in which the tags are defined is important!

2017-01-17 02:59:55 -0500 answered a question How to include a .launch file on a remote machine from a .launch file?

If anyone is still looking for an answer, I think currently the most elegant solution is:

<launch>
        <include file="local_nodes.launch" />

        <group>
            <machine name="remote_machine" address="1.2.3.4" default="true" />
            <include file="remote_nodes.launch" />
        </group>
</launch>

Tested with ROS Kinectic on Ubuntu 16.04.

Edit: Apparently the machine tag doesn't apply to a specific group, but to any nodes/includes that come after it. So the order in which the tags are defined is important!

2017-01-17 02:58:06 -0500 answered a question Roslaunch machine tag on include

If anyone is still looking for an answer, I think currently the most elegant solution is:

<launch>
        <include file="local_nodes.launch" />

        <group>
            <machine name="remote_machine" address="1.2.3.4" default="true" />
            <include file="remote_nodes.launch" />
        </group>
</launch>

Tested with ROS Kinectic on Ubuntu 16.04.

Edit: Apparently the machine tag doesn't apply to a specific group, but to any nodes/includes that come after it. So the order in which the tags are defined is important!

2017-01-16 08:13:35 -0500 commented answer How to include a .launch file on a remote machine from a .launch file?

This isn't working on ROS Kinetic either, resulting in a warning and the nodes being launched on the local PC.

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