Is anyone using roslaunch remote ? If so what are your git status’s ?
I based every thing on Yocto branch morty.
When I ecxecute a rosluanch file to launch some nodes on remote machines I get
started roslaunch server http://192.168.1.187:36229/ remote[Computer_3-0] starting roslaunch remote[Computer_3-0]: creating ssh connection to Computer_3:22 remote[Computer_3-0]: failed to launch on ROW3: pycrypto is not installed [Computer_3-0] killing on exit
there must be some inconsistencies in the checked out versions and branches I am using.
But what is the right combination of things ?
what is working for you ?
python-pycrypto is not present in meta-python before a625494863b70f13ca29b4b0322fbfd5a8a073d9@meta-openembedded
and that commit is not yet present in branch: morty
- What are you doing ?
- Is it advisable to back port python-pycrypto ?
- or hack my way out of it with a .bb or .bbappend ?
I prefer to stay on the morty branch since it’s the current Yocto version.
I tried a checkout of master@meta-openembeded but that spawned a zillion python errors
BR. Lars Larsen
here is my git status’s:
meta meta-poky meta-yocto-bsp = "morty:6a1f33cc40bfac33cf030fe41e1a8efd1e5fad6f" meta-linaro = "morty:69a8bac680362906c9d261424c62749f7e555ca2" meta-ros = "master:8a3adc1a6542f2c8a40b36021a78dc1057e3ed08" meta-fpe meta-overloads = "develop:fe0c15311c1d38698e57556c0da869743d7c91e9" meta-networking meta-oe meta-python = "morty:fe5c83312de11e80b85680ef237f8acb04b4b26e"