|Oct 24, 2012, 05:51 PM|
Joined Nov 2010
You can join the mailing list here: https://lists.nongnu.org/mailman/lis...aparazzi-devel
The Transition Robotics guys as well as other active developers are on that list and will help out.
|Oct 29, 2012, 06:05 PM|
i used to use flight controls like mwc and apm... first time jump into paparazzi.. and I can use some help on it for starting
twog( we are using this board w/o sensors.. cuz my team is going to use some other sensors)
I have successfully uploaded bootloader into twog...
then i started with
then I tried to upload the firmware with "upload"
(i connected usb to usb port and supplied power)
but i ended up with such
make: Leaving directory `/home/james/paparazzi/sw/airborne' cd sw/airborne; make PAPARAZZI_SRC=/home/james/paparazzi PAPARAZZI_HOME=/home/james/paparazzi TARGET=ap upload make: Entering directory `/home/james/paparazzi/sw/airborne' /home/james/paparazzi/sw/ground_segment/lpc21iap/lpc21iap /home/james/paparazzi/var/Twog_IMU/ap/ap.elf lpc21iap v1.3 .................................................................................................... no USB device make: *** [upload] Error 1 make: Leaving directory `/home/james/paparazzi/sw/airborne' make: *** [ap.upload] Error 2 make: Leaving directory `/home/james/paparazzi'
can i get some help on this?
|Nov 11, 2012, 02:13 PM|
Joined Nov 2012
I have received my paparazzi board, Lisa/M v2.0 and the FLOSS JTAG.
But I have a big problems, i tried to use Lisa/M v2.0 on Windows with MicroVision in order to make some simple program, but it's like the board isn't recognized by MicroVision, I don't know how to do.
if someone has managed, can he tell me how he did it.
I really need your help, thank you.
|Nov 26, 2012, 07:35 PM|
You probably need to grant USB access or you have not removed the brltty package which interferes with the USB programming in some older versions of Ubuntu.
Have you read this page completely: http://paparazzi.enac.fr/wiki/Instal...nux#Udev_rules
|Dec 17, 2012, 06:17 PM|
|Jan 26, 2013, 02:25 PM|
Hi everyone here on this blog ! I am interested in Paparazzi Autopilot for my Easystar.
But I am bit uncomfortable due to the way source code of Paparazi is compiled and no Windows based GCS so far. Anyway, I can make myself prepared to have Ubuntu OS installed on my machine.
I have a board which is primarily a different autopilot but a very sturdy design based on one of a similar processor as that of Paparazi, photo of ther board is attached for reference.
Some of the hardware features are as follows;
* STM32F405RG6 with FPU 168MHz (1024Kb Flash/32Kb RAM)
* 512KBit EEPROM
* MPU6050 Gyro/Accelerometer
* HMC5883L Magnetometer
* MS5611 Barometer
* Ultrasonic Rangefinder (not included)
* Optional external battery voltage and current monitor
* Analog and I2C ports for alternative sensors
* Board Size: 54mm X 51mm
* I2C sensor communications are at 400KHz (sensor limitations)
This board seems to be very much like http://paparazzi.enac.fr/wiki/Krooz
My question is, if it could be possible, that I could use this board as a hardware platform for the Paparazzi autopilot ?
Pls somebody help, thanks in advance.
|Jan 31, 2013, 07:28 PM|
Windows is not Open Source. Drivers for peripherals .dll and Graphics Drivers are proprietary and change in Windows. Paparazzi is completely open from software to hardware so it is and stays on Linux. It will be good for you to learn Linux (think of the future when Windows is no more).
Just having a "similar" processor does not mean it will compile and work on it. Paparazzi runs on LPC21xx and STM32. I'm not even sure Krooz autopilot runs Paparazzi. The Wiki is free and open so anyone can list their invention on it. This does not mean it works, or works fully.
I have said it before. I will say it more in the future. I am saying it now. This is not in any way an official Paparazzi list. This is just my blog about my experience with Paparazzi. The official site for all things Paparazzi is here: http://paparazzi.enac.fr/wiki
You will find there is a page with details how to subscribe to the email list. Join it. Questions like this are gladly answered. This is a big difference between Paparazzi and other DIY sites. Post this same question on the DIY site and they will tell you that you must use their hardware or you will not be supported. Post this question on the Paparazzi developers list and they will support you. Maybe it won't run but if it does they will support you just the same.
This is why I say (and it is true) that Paparazzi is the only truly open project. Build your own PCBs, put your own parts on it and run Paparazzi. You are supported by the community. The community makes no money or profit from you so they are not personally interested in your money. DIY makes developers investors where they are very interested in you because you pay their checks. This is why Paparazzi really is truly just interested in helping and giving. Isn't that what Open source is about?
Someone posted a question similar to this. The response was positive from the group. Maybe you would be interested in that platform? You can search the developer list and see that question (and all others) here: http://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/paparazzi-devel/
See you on the list. Please go view the Wiki.
|Feb 01, 2013, 11:03 PM|
Thanks a lot for showing me the door ! I have to walk through it !!
|Feb 08, 2013, 01:50 AM|
AR Drone 2.0 UAV with Paparazzi
First fully autonomous AR Drone 2.0 integration...with Paparazzi.
This is so cool. Fully autonomous flight with an off the shelf AR Drone and Paparazzi Project (http://paparazzi.enac.fr/wiki) software.
Stock buy and hacking other hardware. You can fly autonomously with your AR Drone 2.0 now with Paparazzi. See it here:
|Mar 19, 2013, 03:49 PM|
Brasil, RS, Porto Alegre
Joined Aug 2008
after a year of tests and configs my lisa_m rotorcraft is flying rocksolid and navigation is almost perfect.
For now i have only one problem: ALTITUDE HOLD.
My quadcopter not hold atitude. If oscilate +- 2meter.
My hardware is lisa_m with aspirin 1.5 that use BMP085.
I see some of your old videos showing the altitude hold and it HOLD perfect.
Whta hardware you use ? i think its old booz with booz IMU right ?
do you think the barometer (bmp085 vs booz 6115) can make the diference ?
can you help ?
btw, i teste my quad with SONAR and it work much better than barometer.