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How to launch Realsense D455 using ROS2 dashing on Ubuntu 18.04?

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  • MartyG

    Hi Ayako Amma  That ROS wrapper is on the main Intel GitHub site.  It is a wrapper that is no longer updated and is not part of the RealSense ROS wrapper, which has its own dedicated GitHub.  The ROS2 branch of the official wrapper, which is actively updated, currently targets ROS2 Eloquent instead of Dashing.

    https://github.com/IntelRealSense/realsense-ros/tree/eloquent 

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  • Ayako Amma

    Hi MartyG,

    Thank you so much for your reply.

    I see. Is it going to have a support for ROS2 dashing, too?

    (I understand the situation, but rest of all our system is ros2 dashing, so it means I have to leave D455 because of non-support.)

    I hope I can find a way.

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  • MartyG

    The most recent ROS2 Eloquent wrapper version at the time of writing this supports D455 and librealsense 2.38.1.

    https://github.com/IntelRealSense/realsense-ros/releases/tag/3.1.1 

    A comment by doronhi the RealSense ROS developer indicates that ROS2 Foxy support is the future goal for the ROS2 wrapper.

    https://github.com/IntelRealSense/librealsense/issues/5825#issuecomment-669031717 

    Sometimes the RealSense ROS wrapper can work with ROS versions that are not officially supported, such as when it worked with Melodic before there was official Melodic support, or how the Melodic version can work with Noetic even though official Noetic support is still upcoming.  So whilst I have no information available to verify that the wrapper for ROS2 Eloquent will work with Dashing, you are welcome to try installing the wrapper and see what happens.

     

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  • Ayako Amma

    Thank you so much! I see, I will try on it. Thank you for the help.

    I will post whether it goes well or not, although it takes some time.

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