Hey Peter. Thanks!
You sent me to his main page. Is there a specific note that I should look for?
In any case... Do I need to rebuild sitl or just the copter. If its the latter - how do I point sitl to the new copter from the command line and from a python script?
I tried the test and this is the result??
ubuntu@ip-172-31-36-30:~/sitl/ardupilot$ ./Tools/autotest/autotest.py --debug build.ArduCopter fly.ArduCopter
Traceback (most recent call last):
** File "./Tools/autotest/autotest.py", line 18, in **
** import apmrover2**
** File "/home/ubuntu/sitl/ardupilot/Tools/autotest/apmrover2.py", line 7, in **
** import pexpect**
ImportError: No module named pexpect
The sim_vehicle thing was more successful:
Init APM:Copter V3.6-dev (624aef40)
Free RAM: 131072
FW Ver: 120
Firmware change: erasing EEPROM...
load_all took 0us
0 0 0 validate_structures:209: Validating structures
DataFlash_File: buffer size=16384
online system 1
STABILIZE> Mode STABILIZE
APM: Calibrating barometer
APM: APM:Copter V3.6-dev (624aef40)
APM: Frame: QUAD
Received 887 parameters
Saved 887 parameters to mav.parm
APM: Barometer calibration complete
Ready to FLY APM: GPS 1: detected as u-blox at 115200 baud
APM: EKF2 IMU0 initial yaw alignment complete
APM: EKF2 IMU1 initial yaw alignment complete
APM: EKF2 IMU0 tilt alignment complete
APM: EKF2 IMU1 tilt alignment complete
APM: EKF2 IMU0 Origin set to GPS
APM: EKF2 IMU1 Origin set to GPS
APM: EKF2 IMU0 is using GPS
APM: EKF2 IMU1 is using GPS
Flight battery 100 percent
So that means I can fly sitl with copter 3.6-dev. right?
How do I do that from a drone-kit sitl command?
How do I do it from Python?
I want to thank you again so much for your help on this.