|May 24, 2013, 03:57 PM|
All the APM 2.5+ hardware is the same; you just click on an icon in the Mission Planner to tell it what kind of vehicle you want to use it with (multicopter, plane, rover, traditional heli, etc) and it automatically loads the correct firmware.
The Mission Planner is Windows-only, but once you've loaded the correct firmware you can use any Ground Station, including QGroundControl (Win, Mac and Linux) or various mobile/tablet GCSs, such as Andropilot and Droidplanner.
The APM community and support is at DIY Drones, so you'll get the best help in using it over there.
copied from chris anderson post.
|May 24, 2013, 11:34 PM|
Hi Jimmy, your best chance of getting the config file is on the DIYDrones forum.
There's a forum for collecting copter config files but none for ArduPlane files (that I could find).
If you post a request in the 'Aircraft Platforms' forum you will probably get a good response.
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