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Latest revision as of 10:28, 11 June 2019

Introduction

Cfcard 64.png Robotino is powered by Linux (Ubuntu). But it is also possible to install Microsoft Windows on Robotino.

Packages

In addition to the standard Ubuntu operating system there are packages installed that make up the Robotino infrastructure. These packages can be installed from the Robotino repository.

Package Description Changelog 16.04 18.04 win
robotino-daemons Contains apps for hardware abstraction and communication to the hardware Changelog link link link
robotino-dev Robotino specific communication library Changelog link link na
rec-rpc General communication library Changelog link link na
robotino-api2 C/C++ programming library Changelog link link link
robview3 Graphical programming of Robotino Changelog link link link
robfactory Setup and control utility for Robotino in industrial environments Changelog link link link

Robotino 3

Robotino 2

Windows

A subset of Robotino's functionality is provided by the robotino-daemons for Windows installer. It includes

  • rpcd: Robotino's central message dispatcher
  • controld3: Access to Robotino's Motors and IOs.
  • laserd: Support for Hokuyo URG laser rangefinders.
  • restapid: Robotino's web-interface and Robotino's REST-API.

The main reason for running Windows on Robotino is to run Matlab or LabView directly on Robotino. This gives you fast access to the Robotino platform and local access to other devices that are handled directly by Matlab or LabView.

On Windows 10 you have to disable Signed Driver Enforcement:

BCDEDIT -Set LoadOptions DDISABLE_INTEGRITY_CHECKS
BCDEDIT -Set TESTSIGNING ON

After installing the daemons package you can reenable it:

BCDEDIT –Set LoadOptions EENABLE_INTEGRITY_CHECKS
BCDEDIT –Set TESTSIGNING OFF

You also have to disable Microsoft BallPoint driver. If not USB devices might be detected as serial mouse:

REG ADD "HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\sermouse" /V Start /T REG_DWORD /F /D 4