I tried following the tutorial at the link below and received an error saying <Error using raspi.internal.updateServer (line 90)Error executing command "make -C /opt/MATLAB/server_v16.2.0 -f Makefile" >
Does one normally have issues connecting to the Raspberry Pi from Matlab? Perhaps the ROS interface is interfering with the connection somehow?
Any input or advice would be appreciated.
Please show a screenshot. Why are you invoking make? When are you receiving the error? Does "mypi = raspi" work for you?
"mypi=raspi" doesn't work. That is the only function I tried to invoke, any ideas would be appreciated.
Thanks in advance
Please provide the exact syntax you are using as mentioned in the doc link that you provided. Specifically, what IP are you using. What version of Matlab are you running, and what is the IP address. Asking again, please provide a screenshot.
Below is a screenshot of the issue. The IP Address is correct since I can publish and subscribe to the Erle from ROS. (10.0.0.15). The version is R2016b. Thanks again for the help,
This is a Matlab question, not Erle Robotics. Have you contacted them? As you see in your screenshot, there is nothing "Erle.." in there, so you have more basic issues. At any rate, Google search for "error using raspi.internal.updateserver"
Thank you Jeff,
I was uncertain of which side the error could be on.
Ill be sure to call matlab and update this when I find the answer but based on a quick google search perhaps my Erle isn't receiving enough power - I have it being powered via a usb charger. It seems this fixed the problem for some.
What Erle device are you connecting to? Is your Matlab system Linux or Windows? Why is the IP 10.0.0.15 ?
Erle Brain 3 and it is windows. I am assuming the IP changed when I connected the EB3 to my home network.
Is there something wrong with using windows?
P.s. it wasnt a power issue. Planning to call matlab soon.
There is plenty wrong with using Windows! But not related to using it with the Erle Brain (a little joke). I use Windows all the time. You might consider using the EB3 wifi hotspot, and connect your Windows system to it. That is what I do. Granted you don't get Internet access that way. Also, make sure you have your Windows firewall off. But personally I think it is a Matlab/software issue. That raspberry pi package looks to be over 2 years old. Have you got it work with another raspberry pi unit?