"@William: sorry, very late reply - just came across your question by accident.
Short Answer: the unidirectional versions map currents from zero to max_current to output voltages between 0V and 5V, whereas the bidirectional ones match the range from…"
the "black patch" with the soldering stripes at both ends, which is soldered diagonally, is the resistor which is used as a shunt in order to measure the current. I would never use the power module with this badly soldered resistor, as…"
again, thanks for your feedback.
I tried your zypper command and the system updated several packaged, indeed.
I also loaded the latest zip file from the repository and tried to compile it.
Now I get new errors:
In file included from…"
"probably solved (well, hacked around):
I hacked the following line in qgroundcontrol.pri:
exists(/usr/include/osg) | exists(/usr/local/include/osg)
exists(/usr/include/osgxxx) | exists(/usr/local/include/osgxxx)
so that the compiler "thinks"…"
"okay: flite problem solved
Obviously I still had an old version laying around and Suse 13.1 seems to consider flite as an unsatble package. I managed to install it from here: http://software.opensuse.org/package/flite#
and the flite related linker…"
just retried with the latest version from git (I used the zip download) with the following result:
- the #if defined error is gone (as shown in the checkin comments)
- all flite libraries are incompatible
- osgviewer is missing
unfortunately, I can't really help, but confirm this issue.
However I am not really sure if this is related to MOT_SPIN_ARMED.
I am using Multistar 20A Opto ESCs and often notice that some of the motors don't start spinning if I raise the…"
could you please give a more detailed description or a specific link which describes how you managed to build/compile this application?
I spent hours attempting to compile different versions of qgroundcontrol and the branch mentioned above…"