|Subject:||[Paparazzi-devel] Modem, IS, GPS and controller installation|
|Date:||Tue, 30 Mar 2010 08:55:59 +0100|
As an operation system on my laptop I have Linux Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic running. I must say I did not work with Linux before.
My autopilot consists of the following components: Twog v1 autopilot board, LEA-5H GPS from UBlox, two IS (slim vertical and small horizontal), XBee Pro PKG USB 2.4GHz Modem with XBee Pro onboard receiver and pitot tube from Eagle Tree. Additionally I have Hitech 6 channel controller.
I know , maybe it is not the best configuration but I have got it from my university and I have to get it working.
GSC is installed and running. I have got also the interconnection between Twog v1 and laptop (via USB). The actual problem is to install drivers for the components. I tried to follow the descriptions on wiki/paparazzi page, but there is no results till now. How could I install the drivers manually in Ubuntu? And which source should I use?
By the installation of driver for one of the components should be another components disconnected from the autopilot board? Does it have influence on installation processes?
I hope to find help here and I am open for cooperation.
Thank you in advance.
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