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Re: [Paparazzi-devel] Problem with Sim Mode; usage of RX-7-SYNTH IPD

From: cory barton
Subject: Re: [Paparazzi-devel] Problem with Sim Mode; usage of RX-7-SYNTH IPD
Date: Mon, 14 Jul 2008 10:15:48 -0400

The wiki says this:

Note: It is not recommended to install both paparazzi-bin and
paparazzi-dev. While the bin package is self-contained and should be
sufficient for users who do not want to patch the code, the dev
meta-package provides only the tools to compile the source code which
must be separately downloaded, from an archive or the CVS repository.

I don't know if that will help you. Also, are you using the default
xml files to build the sim with?

With respect to modifying your reciever, this page may help you:

Also read the page on the wiki:
Study the timing diagram so you know what type of signal you are
looking for. Look for a 4015 chip on your reciever.

I hope this helps you,


On Mon, Jul 14, 2008 at 8:59 AM, Jan Nowack <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hi all,
> i just started with paparazzi this week and i got two problems.
> 1. I cannot start sim mode:
> Ubuntu 8.04.1, paparazzi-arm7 3.2-2, paparazzi-bin 3.10.0-1, paparazzi-dev
> 3.2-2 installed. I start the paparazzi center and chose an aircraft, build
> on target sim, then start a session simulation. I get an error message, e.g.
> ...
> Run '/usr/share/paparazzi/sw/simulator/launchsitl -a MJ5 -boot -norc'
> /home/jan/paparazzi/MJ5/sim/simsitl
> Fatal error: exception Failure ("float_of_string")
> DONE (exec /usr/share/paparazzi/sw/simulator/launchsitl -a MJ5 -boot -norc
> 2>&1)
> An empty GCS is opened afterwards. Does anyone has a solution?
> 2. Does anyone uses a Multiplex RX-7-Synth IPD R/C Reveiver or does know if
> or how it can be modified?
> With best regards,
> Jan
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