I am trying to get the Bebop up and running with ArduCopter, but one step is giving me issues. I have been following along with the ArduPilot instructions for building it on Linux here: http://ardupilot.org/dev/docs/building-for-bebop-on-linux.html
I have successfully updated the firmware on the Bebop to be compatible with ArduPilot and am now attempting to build ArduCopter for the Bebop. I am working with the original Bebop. I installed the armhf toolchain, installed git, and cloned the ardupilot repository. I have been following the steps to build the flight control hardware as if I would build it for the Pixhawk (http://ardupilot.org/dev/docs/building-px4-for-linux-with-make.html#building-px4-for-linux-with-make1). After changing the directory to the ArduCopter folder in the git repository, I attempt to build it specifically for the Bebop by using the command make bebop but get an error that says: “make: *** No rule to make target ‘bebop’. Stop.” When I look in the Makefile in the git repository, I cannot find a target which will allow me to create the flight control firmware specifically for the Bebop.
Has anyone else encountered an issue like this or has a possible solution? I’m still learning Unix and am new to how the make command and Makefile work so if seems like an issue with either of those, I would love any insight that you have.