1. Pyro Remotely
Working with Pyro on the robot, or over a network? Here are some hints.
The installation should go exactly the same as a regular install. And, if you should be able to run Pyro exactly the same way as before.
However, one probably won't want to run it with the fancy gui: either because the robot's hardware is less than a hefty workstation, or you are logged in over ssh over wireless.
For those situations, you'll probably want to start pyro up with one of the alternative GUI's, like so:
pyro -g ttyThat will start pyro with a console interface. (There is also a "-g tk" flag for a simple graphic window, and the start of a curses one, too) Then enter:
load robotAt which point you will enter:
Next, just like in the regular GUI, you need to load a brain:
then enter the name of the brain you wish to run, for example:
Finally, run the program with:
To exit, in the same terminal window type:
quiteven if you can't see what you are typing. For additional commands, type "help".
A shortcut for all of that is to start Pyro up like:
pyro -g tty -r Aria -b BBWander
start up a simulator or a real robot
start up pyro with no GUI (pyro -g tty)
add the brain and robot to command line to keep from retyping robot and brain (pyro -b BBGoto -r Aria -g tty)
type 'run' to begin running the brain
type 'stop' and then 'quit' to exit
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