This post is a tutorial on how to set up a working ROS development environment within Windows (complete with GUI support) utilizing the new Windows Subsystem for Linux 2 (WSL2).
As someone who uses Linux a lot as my development workflow I've gotten used to the great power and flexibility of .bashrc files. If you're not familiar with Linux (really Unix-based systems in general) a .bashrc file allows you to customize certain things about your user shell by adding things like aliases, functions, different visuals, … Continue reading Create .bashrc files for Command Prompt and PowerShell in Windows
While the basic WSL shell is alright, I recently found out about Powerline which basically adds a ton of visual aids and customization to your terminal. Here's how to get it working in WSL!
In this post I'll walk through how to get the RealSense SDK up and running on the ODROID-XU4.
This is a straight forward way to set up a ROS development environment on Windows including GUI applications.