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2013-01-07 18:59:18 -0500 answered a question Error "unknown address family 10" in roslaunch's ProcessMonitor

ROS Groovy seems to require python with IPv6 support in constrast to the previous versions (fuerte, electric, ...). After installing python with IPv6 support (--enable-ipv6), the issue was resolved.

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2013-01-07 02:49:07 -0500 asked a question Error "unknown address family 10" in roslaunch's ProcessMonitor

Hi all,

I wanted to switch from fuerte to groovy on my virtual machine. After I have successfully compiled all ros_comm packages, I started roscore, but it terminates at startup with the error message:

unknown address family 10

in the roslaunch/pymon.py.

The system is a custom Linux system (compiled with openembedded) and Python 2.7.3. NB: As it a custom Linux system, I did not use rosdep to resolve the system dependencies, but tried to resolve it manually.

Googling for the error above did not give a valuable hint what I am doing wrong.

Does anyone have a clue?

The full logfile is at http://pastebin.com/mxNkHBHS.

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2012-12-06 02:02:28 -0500 answered a question ROS Core build on arch Linux

The answer from Lorenz is correct, but Lorenz was pointing at the development version where things have been fixed. However in the fuerte release version, it is not fixed.

Nevertheless, simply apply the patch http://pastebin.com/ZFDD4Qhs in your ros_comm directory.

2012-12-05 22:58:26 -0500 commented answer ROS Core build on arch Linux

I did not understand the answer either before looking at https://github.com/ros/ros_comm/issues/10

2012-12-05 22:58:02 -0500 commented question ROS Core build on arch Linux

I encountered the same problem when installing ROS from the sources with rosinstall.

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2012-11-19 05:11:21 -0500 asked a question Packaging ROS for yocto or OpenEmbedded (using bitbake recipes)

Hi,

we are interested in setting up a computing platform for our development using linux with yocto (or OpenEmbedded-Core) and the robotic operating system ROS. We are currently at the very beginning of this development: As a first step, we want to package ROS for our own needs, but we are open to contribute this to the community if there are others that need this as well.

Has someone in the community already packaged ROS for yocto or OpenEmbedded? Are there others that also interested in a ROS package for yocto or OpenEmbedded?

We are happy about any feedback.

Lukas Bulwahn

BMW Car IT GmbH Petuelring 116 D-80809 Muenchen Germany

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