CAN Device Set up

1. Install necessary packages.

sudo apt-get install cmake gcc g++ libpopt-dev

2. Download, build, and install PCAN-USB driver for Linux: peak-linux-driver. Note: v8.8.0 tested.

tar -xzvf peak-linux-driver-x.x.tar.gz
cd peak-linux-driver-x.x
make NET=NO
sudo make install
sudo modprobe pcan

3. Download, build, and install PCAN-Basic API for Linux: peak-basic-api. Note: v4.2.0 is tested.

tar -xzvf PCAN_Basic_Linux-x.x.x.tar.gz
cd PCAN_Basic_Linux-x.x.x/pcanbasic
make
sudo make install

4. Download, build, and install Grasping Library for Linux, "libBHand": Grasping_Library_for_Linux

ROS Project

1. Build Allegro Hand ROS kinetic package.
Clone or Download linux project ROS package : allegro hand ros kinetic v4

cd allegro_hand_ros_v4
catkin_make

2. Connect PCAN-USB and Allegro Hand (make sure to power off Allegro Hand)

3. Start the ros package

source devel/setup.bash
roslaunch allegro_hand_controllers allegro_hand.launch HAND:=right

4. Power on Allegro Hand.

5. Use keyboard command to move Allegro Hand!!!!






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