How to use this wiki
This wiki abounds with useful information. The Search feature, located at the top right, allows you to quickly find specific information concerning ROS. The link bar across the top breaks out this site into documentation, software, and news specific sections. If you need help, want to learn more about ROS, or are trying to find information about a ROS feature then use the Documentation link. The Browse Software link will display a list of all the software packages in ROS, along with a brief description. And, the News link will keep you informed about the latest happening with ROS. You should also look at the navigating the wiki tutorial.
If you are new to ROS and want to learn more then please continue reading this page.
Depending on your learning style and preferences, you can take two approaches to learning ROS:
Start the Tutorials - Dive in right away and start working with ROS.
Get an Overview - Read through this written overview of ROS and its capabilities.
For more detailed information on the ROS framework, see the core ROS documentation.
There are three places to look for answers to your questions and problems. The first is this wiki. Try the Search feature located at the top right.
Check out the Support page for more information.
Wondering if there is already a ROS package out there that does what you need? The Browse Software tool also lets search for useful packages. You can also browse the list of public ROS repositories to look for groups doing similar work.