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I've just installed ROS Kinetic from source on my Raspberry Pi (running Raspbian Stretch), and I'd like to add rosserial and rosserial_arduino. When I looked up the packages with roslocate, I got this:

pi@raspberrypi:~/ros_catkin_ws $ roslocate info rosserial
Using ROS_DISTRO: kinetic
- git:
    local-name: rosserial
    uri: https://github.com/ros-drivers/rosserial.git
    version: jade-devel

pi@raspberrypi:~/ros_catkin_ws $ roslocate info rosserial_arduino
Using ROS_DISTRO: kinetic
- git:
    local-name: rosserial_arduino
    uri: https://github.com/ros-drivers/rosserial.git
    version: jade-devel

I haven't generated a rosinstall including these yet, because I'm worried about those version descriptions. Is it nothing to worry about, or do I have to do something special to get the Kinetic versions rather than the Jade ones?


Originally posted by TrevorMuraro on ROS Answers with karma: 16 on 2019-01-20

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Answering my own question after looking at the details of older versions on rosserial's wiki page: it's actually the right version. Rosserial jade-devel is the version to use for Kinetic (and Lunar.)


Originally posted by TrevorMuraro with karma: 16 on 2019-01-21

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