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robot-playerjoy(1) General Commands Manual robot-playerjoy(1)
robot-playerjoy - console-based client for teleoperation
robot-playerjoy [options] <host:port> [<host:port>]
robot-playerjoy is a console-based client that provides planar, differential-drive teleoperation of position2d and position3d devices. In
other words, robot-playerjoy allows you to manually drive your (physical or simulated) robot around. robot-playerjoy uses velocity control,
and so will only work when the underlying driver supports velocity control (most drivers do).
-v verbose mode. Print the Player device state on stdout.
-3d connect to position3d interface (instead of position).
-c continuously send commands.
-n don't send commands or enable motors (for debugging).
-k use keyboard control (instead of joystick device).
-p print out speeds on the console.
-udp use UDP instead of TCP (deprecated, currently disabled).
maximum linear speed in meter per second (default: 0.5).
maximum angular speed in degrees per second (default: 60).
joystick device file the joystick is connected to (default: /dev/js0).
Player was written by Brian Gerkey <email@example.com> and contributors. This manual page was written by Daniel Hess for the
The HTML documentation in /usr/share/doc/player/html of the robot-player-doc package.
Player May 2009 robot-playerjoy(1)