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turtlebot-config -------------------------------- This packge provides tools for autoconfiguring launch files and udev rules for TurtleBot robots running ROS. The script creates a udev rule to set the permissions and the name of FTDI serial devices based on their serial number. This ensures that the devices always come up on the same port independent of the order in which the devices are connected. This file is installed to /etc/udev/rules.d/70-turtlebot-auto.rules The script also checks to see if /etc/ros is a symlink, if so it removes the symlink and creates a new /etc/ros directory with files that are automatically generated. This allows the launch files to support various hardware with minimal user intervention. This process helps to configure the TurtleBot Arm if it is attached and deal with battery support for the Lenobo X130e. This package is meant to be built as a debian .deb but it can be manually installed by running the following. $ python setup.py install