Asus Xtion Usb 3.0 Hotfix
If you have a recent kernel, it may not be the cause of your issues. Warning: USB events thread - failed to set priority. waiting for devices. The Xtion USB 2 works well, but when I go to the USB 3.0, I have the following message: Image: PrimeSense/SensorV2/126.96.36.199: Failed to open the USB device! Check This Out
We recommend upgrading to the latest Safari, Google Chrome, or Firefox. log file: /home/andrew/.ros/log/c8583f10-1397-11e3-b470-002170092c68/camera_nodelet_manager-2*.log Seems like the error about setting USB interface still persists, and there's another issue about the depth generator jonbinney commented Sep 2, 2013 It shouldn't matter whether you Is this the problem? The following comment from the file explains the meaning of the parameters: ; USB interface to be used. 0 - FW Default, 1 - ISO endpoints, 2 - BULK endpoints.
Asus Xtion Usb 3.0 Hotfix
And it also should matter if you install the openni_camera debs - as long as you source devel/setup.bash, rosrun will first look for things in your local catkin workspace (the stuff NiViewer), my Xtion works well. Anyway, it works! Reason: One or more of the following nodes could not be enumerated: Image: PrimeSense/SensorV2/188.8.131.52: Failed to set USB interface!
ROS Answers Tag: learn_turtlebot_test_kinect log file: /home/olga/.ros/log/4920e3d2-99e4-11e2-8532-08606e0b1d34/camera_nodelet_manager-2*.log It throws another bunch of errors after a couple of seconds, stating that other processes were not able to start properly, but I guess they are not really Press ctrl + C to stop it. Cvcapture_openni Cvcapture_openni Failed To Create Production Tree Failed To Set Usb Interface This causes a couple of issues with running openni_launch command with ASUS Xtion.
cheers Dariush On 07/08/13 11:37, robevans wrote: @forouher https://github.com/forouher I tried your new commit - afraid it still doesn't work for me (it does compile though!). This file may be found here: https://github.com/PrimeSense/Sensor/blob/unstable/Platform/Linux/Install/55-primesense-usb.rules )dPackard( 2013-08-09 19:07:53 -0600 )editdPackard, sorry, it failed 4 times when i tried to post. It would need some minor code changes for that. Add Answer Question Tools Follow 1 follower subscribe to rss feed Stats Asked: 2013-08-09 16:07:56 -0600 Seen: 8,779 times Last updated: Mar 23 '14 Related questions Could NOT find openni openni
This might cause loss of data... [ INFO] [1378170946.156520514]: Number devices connected: 1 [ INFO] [1378170946.156780614]: 1. Deviceopen Using Default: No Devices Found Plug it into a USB 2.0 port. (Problems can also occur with USB 2.0 ports that are 3.0 compatible.). Set it to 0 for all RGB, 100 for all ICP. A little help would be appreciated....
Warning: Usb Events Thread - Failed To Set Priority.
I just tried to reproduce the problem with 1.8.9 upstream, but (un)fortunately it works on my machine. That file comes from the deb libopenni-dev. Asus Xtion Usb 3.0 Hotfix process[camera/depth_registered/metric-15]: started with pid  process[camera/points_xyzrgb_depth_rgb-16]: started with pid  Warning: USB events thread - failed to set priority. Image: Primesense/sensorv2/184.108.40.206: Failed To Set Usb Interface! Can you describe your development environment and installation process please?
waiting for devices. Reload to refresh your session. Still investigating... device on bus 001:26 is a PrimeSense Device (601) from PrimeSense (1d27) with serial id '' [ INFO] [1378170862.151476872]: Searching for device with index = 1 [ INFO] [1378170862.154351892]: No matching Device: Primesense/sensorkinect/220.127.116.11: The Device Is Not Connected!
Reason: One or more of the following nodes could not be enumerated: Image: PrimeSense/SensorV2/18.104.22.168: Failed to set USB interface! [camera_nodelet_manager-2] process has died [pid 32026, exit code -6, cmd /opt/ros/groovy/lib/nodelet/nodelet manager robevans commented Aug 8, 2013 Here it is, a backtrace from "roslaunch openni_launch openni.launch" with your latest commit: (gdb) run Starting program: /opt/ros/groovy/lib/nodelet/nodelet manager __name:=camera_nodelet_manager __log:=/home/robert/.ros/log/5625e050-0046-11e3-b85b-b8ca3a7c336a/camera_nodelet_manager-2.log [Thread debugging using libthread_db enabled] It really sucks having a new i7 laptop and not being able to run the camera on the machine. It could be resolved by plugging the device into another, non USB3.0 compatible, USB port.
waiting for devices. Openni2 Ros Default: Arm - 2, other platforms - 1" edit flag offensive delete link more CommentsYeap, I did this....Dyna( 2013-09-10 04:39:26 -0600 )editDoes this workaround works for Primesense Carmine 1.09?Keerthi Raj( 2013-12-01 It is a shame the sensors are so picky... Sign up for free to join this conversation on GitHub.
Press Ctrl-C to interrupt Done checking log file disk usage.
logging to /home/andrew/.ros/log/c8583f10-1397-11e3-b470-002170092c68/roslaunch-Andrew-Ubuntu-31987.log Checking log directory for disk usage. Contributor forouher commented Aug 5, 2013 I've found another place where strings from within openni are overwritten. georgebrindeiro commented Sep 2, 2013 I think I am having the same problem as everyone else. My problem is that my new Asus laptop only has the usb 3.0 ports.
You should be able to get all the dependencies by doing rosdep install --from-path
If your BIOS lists xHCI, disable it. Using first device. Thanks in advance!
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