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2017-04-18 00:40:57 -0500 answered a question Running Bebop_Autonomy in a Docker Container

I ended up achieving what I wanted by going into the Hyper-V manager, creating a network that uses an external wifi-adapter, and telling the container to use that instead. Very weird and janky, bur it works correctly. It's possible to run bebop_autonomy in a container on Windows.

2017-04-11 14:15:57 -0500 commented question Running Bebop_Autonomy in a Docker Container

No. Docker released a version made to run on a windows machines called Docker for Windows. It can be found on their website. (I'm on mobile at the moment, so I can't link it.) Docker on Linux does exactly what I need, but Docker for Windows either needs to be configured differently or doesn't work.

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2017-04-10 23:36:04 -0500 commented question Simultaneous Localisation and Mapping (SLAM) in ROS

What is your question? How to do it? You seem to be stating that you're working with it and nothing else.

2017-04-10 23:20:39 -0500 answered a question Docker ROS "unable to communicate with master!"

I was able to fix this by typing ip addr and noting the ip address of the machine I was using.

After finding the IP, edit the /etc/hosts file with that IP and your hostname, which can be found in the /etc/hostname file.

(I had to add 9fc279ddb197 to my hosts file)

2017-04-10 23:20:37 -0500 asked a question Running Bebop_Autonomy in a Docker Container

I'm attempting to run bebop_autonomy in a Docker for Windows container. If I run it on a linux host system in our lab with --network=host, it seems fine. Everything works out, I can start the node up, and I can view the stream using the web_video_server node. However, when I try to run the node in the windows container, I get a -11 error with "No Acks received" back. I'm trying to set it up so that the network is bridged instead of NAT, but I can't figure out how to do it. Is this even possible to do, or should I stick to developing on linux for now? I'm guessing the container just isn't getting the packets and it isn't a problem with my container's code, but that could be the problem as well.