Try it on VMware Player
VMware is a PC virtualization software that is released from VMware, Inc. VMware Player is free version of VMware product that can run VMware image file created by other VMware. You can try easily OpenRTM-aist on the VMware without preparing Linux box.
Donwloading VMware PlayerVMware Player is available from the following VMware Inc.'s web page.
After download VMware-player-x.y.z-?????.exe, run it on your Windows PC. If you already have installed VMware (Workstation, Player, Server), this process is not necessary
VMware ImageDownload OpenRTM-ready VMware image file from the following.
- MD5: 2cab300356be9e31b73a5dc6f1729f6f
After downloading this file, extract the zip file on your PC. Total size of the extracted VMware image file is about 2GB. Be careful of your available disk size.
Spec. of the Virtual PC
|Districution||Fedora Core 6|
|Installed packages||OpenRTM and X runnable packages + samba, apache|
|Default user id/password||openrtm/openrtm|
Boot the Virtual PC
After extracting ziped VMware image, the folder OpenRTM-aist-FC6 will appear. Double click Other Linux 2.6.x kernel.vmx and launch VMware.
After booting Fedora Core 6 , please login as openrtm with password openrtm. You can find the directory OpenRTM-aist-0.4.0 on your home directory. Entering the OpenRTM-aist-0.4.0 directory, you can find examples directory with some example components. For example, entering SimpleIO directory and run run.sh, you will find that two RT-Components ConsoleInComp and ConsoelOutComp are running on each terminal. (If you cannot run run.sh'', see FAQ_en)
Before try some example RT-Components, please install Eclipse and RtcLink on your Windows host PC.