Installation on Raspberry Pi 3
Hi, I'm sorry if this is a basic question but I've been having trouble with the installation of rosflight on my raspberry pi 3. I'm running Raspbian Jessie on the Raspberry Pi, and I installed ROS kinetic using the online instructions. When I try to install ros-kinetic-rosflight-pkgs with
sudo apt-get, I get the error that it can't find the package. I checked my sources list and I have 'packages.ros.org/ros/ubuntu jessie main' listed. I also tried installing from source but run into a similar issue when I run the
rosdep install --ignore-src rosflight command.
When I run
uname -m, the raspberry pi lists its architecture as armv7l, but none of the ros-kinetic packages are listed in the armhf folder on the ros packages website. However, the packages are listed in the arm64 and amd64 packages. I've tried looking around but couldn't find any postings with this issue. I saw in some of the other postings that people have rosflight up and running on the pi, so I don't think it's an architecture issue, but I'm not exactly sure what could be going wrong. Any help would be greatly appreciated.