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C++ "basic_component" configuration files

asked 2018-02-04 07:11:03 -0500

rnicklas gravatar image

updated 2018-02-04 07:11:55 -0500

Hi,

I'm trying to run the C++ basic_component example but after what seemed like a successful compilation of the JdeRobot src code and running cameraserver cameraserver.cfg successfully, trying to run

basic_component basic_component.cfg

results in

[Info] loaded YAML Config file: basic_component.cfg

terminate called after throwing an instance of 'YAML::BadSubscript'

what(): yaml-cpp: error at line 0, column 0: operator[] call on a scalar Aborted (core dumped)

I created the basic_component.cfg file with the contents shown in the example video:

basic_component.Camera1.Proxy=cameraA:default -h localhost -p 9999

basic_component.Gui=qt

as I couldn't find the .cfg file in the source code and the link in the wiki has 404'ed.

trying to run basic_component with the .yml file found in the source

basic_component basic_component.yml

results in :

[Info] loaded YAML Config file: basic_component.yml

Receiving Image from ICE interfaces

Network.cpp:2357: Ice::ConnectionRefusedException: connection refused: Connection refused /usr/include/IceUtil/Handle.h:46: IceUtil::NullHandleException

From these results I think the .yml is the correct one but needs to be properly configured? Maybe someone can help me figure out which file is the correct one, and maybe a working configuration for it.

Thanks in advance.

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answered 2018-02-06 01:48:20 -0500

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updated 2018-02-06 01:49:38 -0500

Hi, Try to run the new instructions of this example. They are wrong, basic component not longer uses cameraserver like server, now uses simulated turtlebot

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