Hi, i'm trying to make first test of an ardupilot red board, first i'd like to test on the ground, like with the NE test software, but when i try to compile with arduino ide 22, 23, or the last version, i have some compiling error... i have to use ide 13? If yes, i downloaded old version, but does not start.... how can i upload ardupilot 1.0 or NE!?!?! Or, can i use the new code 2.7 with this version of ardupilot, even with no FMA or IMU installed? Thanks to all!!!!
sorry to be annoying but could you put more details of exactly what board you're using (a link to the store or something) and copy-paste in the compiler error that you're seeing?
My guess based on very little knowledge of your set-up is that you don't have the arduino ide default sketch set properly so it can't find the libraries.
Thanks for your interest!!! I have this ardupilot
and an em-406 gps module, no shield, no airspeed, no imu. i have an FMA copilot but for now i'd like to make some test just with ardupilot and gps. now i have arduino ide 0017 and the new one, 1.0. i can upload the new ardupilot code, 2.7, i can have a gps fix and debug gps output, servo output ecc, load waypoint with config tool... but i can't see any "logic movement" on the rudder servo... so i'd like to run the ardupilotNE, for test the right movement of the rudder servo (connected on OUT1 on ardupilot), but when i try to upload or compile the code, this happen:
In function 'void loop()':
error: 'reset_PIDs' was not declared in this scope In function 'void throttle_control()':
In function 'void yaw_control()':
How can i fix it? Or how can i try some basic "logic movement" of the rudder servo with 2.7 code? there's something like walkaround mode like in previous version? my first idea of using ardupilot it's to test it on the ground, on a rc car... rudder servo = steering, right?! Thanks again!!!
That board and code were discontinued long ago and are no longer supported. There may be some community members who are still using them and can help you, but the dev team is only supporting current hardware and code.
Mmmmmmmmm............ i understand..... can you tell me just the last code version than i can use with this version of ardupilot? Thanks