Tags: oooark, scicoslab
cany you create a script to download?
the video is not so good getting all the details about the correct typing.
One question, during the run of quad; I noticed all four blades are spinning CCW... could that be part of instability?
Sure. The script is already in the git repository so here is what you need to do.1. sudo apt-get install git (or download git from the web)2. git clone git://oooark.git.sf.net/gitroot/oooark/oooark3. ./autobuild.sh -> select grab debian dependencies if you are using ubuntu or debian4. ./autobuild.sh -> select build in source5. After it build successfully type scicoslab, this will start scicoslab using the current git repository as the toolbox directory and start the arducopter demo.
The ssh:// url I posted earlier is just for developers. Let me know if you are interseted in contributing.
Here are some links to oooark: http://oooark.git.sourceforge.net/ <-- you can find the git repo here
A short intro on the pixhawk wiki: http://pixhawk.ethz.ch/wiki/openmav/mavsim
Thanks. I am very interested in tools like this, but I only wish that I could contribute.
Unfortunately the Scicoslab download server does not seem to be available. I can get the .deb package, but not the source. Any idea if this will work under Ubuntu 10.10?
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