If I use the Samples (e.g. TIP: To complete the follower demo you may need to install libfreenect as mentioned on ROS Answers. This error repeats for about 5 - 10 seconds until terminate called after throwing an instance of 'openni_wrapper::OpenNIException' what(): unsigned int openni_wrapper::OpenNIDriver::updateDeviceList() @ /home/andrew/catkin_ws/src/openni_camera-ee00cb1cac2a60d4023eeda0ecb6c5e59f36a6af/src/openni_driver.cpp @ 125 : enumerating image nodes failed. waiting for devices to be connected this is probably because the Kinect driver wasn’t installed. Check This Out
Reason: openni_wrapper::OpenNIDevice::OpenNIDevice(xn::Context&, const xn::NodeInfo&, const xn::NodeInfo&, const xn::NodeInfo&, const xn::NodeInfo&) @ /home/andrew/catkin_ws/src/openni_camera-rollback_usb/src/openni_device.cpp @ 61 : creating depth generator failed. Regarding the USB3 issue, I recently came across this: ASUS USB3 hotfix I have not tested it, but it might be worth a shot. Is this the problem? Check out the FAQ!
Add Answer Question Tools Follow subscribe to rss feed Stats Asked: 2013-03-31 00:42:35 -0600 Seen: 5,449 times Last updated: Jul 13 '13 Related questions Asus Xtion SXGA resolution doesn't work [closed] EDIT: should I install openni_launch from source? 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.
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] Warning: Usb Events Thread - Failed To Set Priority. This might cause loss of data... [ INFO] [1378170946.156520514]: Number devices connected: 1 [ INFO] [1378170946.156780614]: 1. I'm working on that too... edit flag offensive delete link more CommentsThanks, already looking at it.
Reverting to 1.8.8 fixed the problem. Deviceopen Using Default: No Devices Found Program received signal SIGABRT, Aborted. 0x00007ffff60c2425 in raise () from /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libc.so.6 (gdb) thread apply all bt Thread 15 (Thread 0x7fffe4ff9700 (LWP 14947)): #0 0x00007ffff710f0fc in [email protected]@GLIBC_2.3.2 () from /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libpthread.so.0 #1 0x00007ffff6e65b4b Also you might have permissions issues on your USB, the fix for that is listed in my Logger2 repo. logging to /home/andrew/.ros/log/c8583f10-1397-11e3-b470-002170092c68/roslaunch-Andrew-Ubuntu-31987.log Checking log directory for disk usage.
device on bus 001:24 is a PrimeSense Device (601) from PrimeSense (1d27) with serial id '' [ INFO] [1378102839.242844439]: Searching for device with index = 1 [ INFO] [1378102839.259559885]: No matching This might cause loss of data... Asus Xtion Usb 3.0 Hotfix Owner mp3guy commented Dec 3, 2015 You can also just output a log with a completely blank RGB image and make sure to set ICP weight to 100 mankoff commented Dec Image: Primesense/sensorv2/22.214.171.124: Failed To Set Usb Interface! Reason: One or more of the following nodes could not be enumerated: Image: PrimeSense/SensorV2/126.96.36.199: Failed to set USB interface!
In my ~/.bashrc file I added the workspace to my ROS_PACKAGE_PATH (by appending export ROS_PACKAGE_PATH=~/catkin_ws:$ROS_PACKAGE_PATH to my .bashc) and sourced the workspace (source ~/catkin_ws/devel/setup.bash in my .bashrc). http://blackplanetsupport.com/failed-to/failed-to-send-packet-on-interface-id.html openni_tracker or openni2_tracker for ROS indigo Depthimage_to_laserscan - does not return the middle of the depth image CvBridge conversion problem: Asus Xtion depth image to OpenCV Mirroring while using Skeleton_tracker with edit flag offensive delete link more CommentsMy kernel version is : 3.8.0-30.....Dyna( 2013-09-10 01:37:10 -0600 )editadd a comment Your Answer Please start posting anonymously - your entry will be published after Reason: One or more of the following nodes could not be enumerated: Image: PrimeSense/SensorV2/188.8.131.52: Failed to set USB interface! Device: Primesense/sensorkinect/184.108.40.206: The Device Is Not Connected!
Aborted (core dumped) robevans commented Sep 4, 2013 @jonbinney the rollback_usb branch works for me. Thanks for the interesting software. They appear identical from the outside. this contact form jonbinney commented Jul 29, 2013 Looks like there have been a bunch of commits between 1.8.8 and 1.8.9; not sure which of them might have caused this.
log file: /home/andrew/.ros/log/2906e502-1436-11e3-912a-002170092c68/camera_nodelet_manager-2*.log And, when using ./devel/lib/openni_camera/openni_node, the output is as follows: $ ./devel/lib/openni_camera/openni_node [ INFO] [1378170945.820775602]: Initializing nodelet with 2 worker threads. Openni2 Ros these have occurred because Kinect isn’t compatible with USB 3.0. My best guess is that querying the serial number at that time/place is violating some interface semantics of libopenni.
When I run ./ElasticFusion on a clean Ubuntu 15.04 install + build.sh it reports: Could not open "1d27/060001/6": Failed to set up USB interface! amiltonwong commented Dec 3, 2015 Does it work with MS Kinect? You signed out in another tab or window. process[camera/disparity_depth-17]: started with pid  process[camera/disparity_depth_registered-18]: started with pid  process[camera_base_link-19]: started with pid  [ INFO] [1378102839.231819531]: Number devices connected: 1 [ INFO] [1378102839.232027327]: 1.
Perhaps it's worth mentioning that I'm using Ubuntu 12.04. But now, even in USB 2.0, I have this message : Image: PrimeSense/SensorV2/220.127.116.11: Failed to set USB interface! But, how do I install openni_launch to test if the problem is solved? http://blackplanetsupport.com/failed-to/failed-to-open-interface-mpq.html And neither backtrace nor the debug infos are giving away any clues.
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