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so,... i don't know what going on.. i'm using Kinect xbox 360, model 1414. i've succeed run the example of nite (nite/NITE-Bin-Dev-Linux-x64-v1.5.2.23/Samples/Bin), but, i tried connected it with ros roslaunch openni_launch openni.launch, it shown up:

process[camera_base_link2-23]: started with pid [15373]
process[camera_base_link3-24]: started with pid [15374]
terminate called after throwing an instance of 'openni_wrapper::OpenNIException'
  what():  unsigned int openni_wrapper::OpenNIDriver::updateDeviceList() @ /home/adelleodel/ros/src/openni_camera/src/openni_driver.cpp @ 125 : enumerating image nodes failed. Reason: One or more of the following nodes could not be enumerated:

Device: PrimeSense/SensorV2/5.1.0.41: The device is not connected!
Image: PrimeSense/SensorKinect/5.1.2.1: Failed to set USB interface!
Device: PrimeSense/SensorV2/5.1.0.41: The device is not connected!

[FATAL] [1454896895.994153086]: Service call failed!
[FATAL] [1454896895.994256906]: Service call failed!
[FATAL] [1454896895.994619240]: Service call failed!

there's some driver for primesense... and i just download it all. am i wrong to install all of it? seems that my driver doesn't fit. and i wonder so why i can run my example then? '-'


Originally posted by adelleodel on ROS Answers with karma: 76 on 2016-02-07

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It appears your device is not connected. Have you given permissions for the USB port being used for the kinect?


Originally posted by stevemacenski with karma: 8272 on 2016-02-13

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Comment by adelleodel on 2016-02-14:
how to do it?

Comment by stevemacenski on 2016-02-14:
Try chmod 777 /dev/ttyUSB0, this should give Ubuntu read and write permissions on all accounts to access USB ports. It expires after some time / terminal closing or something, so if it works now and doesn't later, just try it again

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