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Catkin version of ROS package & Docker image #61

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lakehanne opened this Issue Oct 23, 2016 · 14 comments

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lakehanne commented Oct 23, 2016

Hey,

Thanks for making this code public. Are there plans to release a docker image of this setup anytime soon? And is there a reason why you guys chose the non-catkinized option for the ros implementation?
It would be nice to have, I think.

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cbfinn Oct 24, 2016

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We don't currently have plans to make a docker image of the set-up in the near future, but we would welcome such a contribution!

We chose not to use catkin because there were some people still using ROS fuerte in our lab. I agree that it would be nice.

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cbfinn commented Oct 24, 2016

We don't currently have plans to make a docker image of the set-up in the near future, but we would welcome such a contribution!

We chose not to use catkin because there were some people still using ROS fuerte in our lab. I agree that it would be nice.

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lakehanne Oct 31, 2016

Thought I should leave the link to the catkinized version of the ROS package here as others might find it useful. https://github.com/lakehanne/gps_catkin

lakehanne commented Oct 31, 2016

Thought I should leave the link to the catkinized version of the ROS package here as others might find it useful. https://github.com/lakehanne/gps_catkin

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Thanks!

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cbfinn commented Oct 31, 2016

Thanks!

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I'll leave this issue open for now, until there is a docker image.

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cbfinn commented Oct 31, 2016

I'll leave this issue open for now, until there is a docker image.

@cbfinn cbfinn changed the title from Docker Image? to Catkin version of ROS package & Docker image Oct 31, 2016

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ahundt Jan 9, 2017

I've created the following pull request #69 which likely does much of the same.

@lakehanne I looked at your repository and your work seems to be a separate repository rather than modifying a fork, was that intentional?

ahundt commented Jan 9, 2017

I've created the following pull request #69 which likely does much of the same.

@lakehanne I looked at your repository and your work seems to be a separate repository rather than modifying a fork, was that intentional?

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lakehanne Jan 10, 2017

Not really. I guess I could have forked chelsea's work and send a PR of my work but this was supposed to be a wip till I finish the docker image. Sadly, I have been busy with upcoming deadlines that I have not paid too much attention to developing the docker image lately. I should be able to get back to it soon though.

Hey, as per #69 I am not too familiar with Karmic. Have you tested your code with jade and indigo yet? I do not have the time to test now. If you are just hopeful it would work with indigo ot Jade, you might as well just call it a karmic-devel branch.

@cbfinn , would you rather have me send my indigo repo as a PR to you in the meantime?

lakehanne commented Jan 10, 2017

Not really. I guess I could have forked chelsea's work and send a PR of my work but this was supposed to be a wip till I finish the docker image. Sadly, I have been busy with upcoming deadlines that I have not paid too much attention to developing the docker image lately. I should be able to get back to it soon though.

Hey, as per #69 I am not too familiar with Karmic. Have you tested your code with jade and indigo yet? I do not have the time to test now. If you are just hopeful it would work with indigo ot Jade, you might as well just call it a karmic-devel branch.

@cbfinn , would you rather have me send my indigo repo as a PR to you in the meantime?

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lakehanne May 3, 2017

Initial docker image here:

https://hub.docker.com/r/lakehanne/gps/

I can get the box and ros examples to run but the matplotlib window does not update the charts on every system I have tested it on. If anyone can figure out how to do this, it would be appreciated.

The dockerfile for the build is available here:

https://github.com/lakehanne/gps/blob/master/Dockerfile

As Mujoco comes with a license, I did not install mujoco on the image. Users can install mujoco if they wish and run the examples.

UPDATE: 2017-06-08

Also moved the catkin version here with support for tensorflow version 1.1.0

lakehanne commented May 3, 2017

Initial docker image here:

https://hub.docker.com/r/lakehanne/gps/

I can get the box and ros examples to run but the matplotlib window does not update the charts on every system I have tested it on. If anyone can figure out how to do this, it would be appreciated.

The dockerfile for the build is available here:

https://github.com/lakehanne/gps/blob/master/Dockerfile

As Mujoco comes with a license, I did not install mujoco on the image. Users can install mujoco if they wish and run the examples.

UPDATE: 2017-06-08

Also moved the catkin version here with support for tensorflow version 1.1.0

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lakehanne Jun 17, 2017

I found a fix for the Bad Drawable error I was getting earlier. It seems we needed to export the environmental variable for QT or KDE.

Doing this fixes the drawable errors:

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Add this line QT_X11_NO_MITSHM=1 in ~/.bashrc or export the environmental variable from terminal:

export QT_X11_NO_MITSHM=1

Then run the bash script for the examples. @cbfinn, I think you can close this issue now.

lakehanne commented Jun 17, 2017

I found a fix for the Bad Drawable error I was getting earlier. It seems we needed to export the environmental variable for QT or KDE.

Doing this fixes the drawable errors:

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Add this line QT_X11_NO_MITSHM=1 in ~/.bashrc or export the environmental variable from terminal:

export QT_X11_NO_MITSHM=1

Then run the bash script for the examples. @cbfinn, I think you can close this issue now.

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ahundt Jun 19, 2017

@lakehanne I think the changes would need to be merged in to this repository for closing this to be appropriate.

ahundt commented Jun 19, 2017

@lakehanne I think the changes would need to be merged in to this repository for closing this to be appropriate.

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ruinianxu Nov 7, 2017

Hi lakehanne,
I wonder how did you install pr2 package. Since there is no official released pr2 package which contains all related needed packages, my strategy is to separately install binary pr2 packages like pr2_simulator. I tried source code but there was still some dependency problem. Since you are also using ros indigo, really appreciate it if you can give me some suggestions.

ruinianxu commented Nov 7, 2017

Hi lakehanne,
I wonder how did you install pr2 package. Since there is no official released pr2 package which contains all related needed packages, my strategy is to separately install binary pr2 packages like pr2_simulator. I tried source code but there was still some dependency problem. Since you are also using ros indigo, really appreciate it if you can give me some suggestions.

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huiwenzhang Apr 21, 2018

@lakehanne Hi, thanks for your job. It's really helpful. I want to know which version of your images is the latest on docker hub? You have gps-v0.0.2 and v0.1.1 , but it not clear about the difference.

huiwenzhang commented Apr 21, 2018

@lakehanne Hi, thanks for your job. It's really helpful. I want to know which version of your images is the latest on docker hub? You have gps-v0.0.2 and v0.1.1 , but it not clear about the difference.

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huiwenzhang Apr 21, 2018

@lakehanne Ok, I will try it.

huiwenzhang commented Apr 21, 2018

@lakehanne Ok, I will try it.

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