Solid Red LEDs after Update


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I just updated my SLAMdunk via the apt-get dist-upgrade method(I could not get the USB drive method to work) and the device seems to have upgraded successfully. I’m able to login and I can also visualize the data coming from the SLAMdunk via rviz, but the status LEDs on the side are solid red and I noticed the following errors in /var/log/syslog:

Aug 18 08:28:07 kalamos-000070 kernel: [10096.665774] init: kalamos_ros_node main process ended, respawning
Aug 18 08:28:11 kalamos-000070 kernel: [10100.880077] init: kalamos_ros_node main process (27200) killed by SEGV signal
Aug 18 08:28:11 kalamos-000070 kernel: [10100.880102] init: kalamos_ros_node main process ended, respawning
Aug 18 08:28:15 kalamos-000070 kernel: [10105.097838] init: kalamos_ros_node main process (27692) killed by SEGV signal
Aug 18 08:28:15 kalamos-000070 kernel: [10105.097862] init: kalamos_ros_node main process ended, respawning
Aug 18 08:28:19 kalamos-000070 kernel: [10109.334736] init: kalamos_ros_node main process (28184) killed by SEGV signal
Aug 18 08:28:19 kalamos-000070 kernel: [10109.334765] init: kalamos_ros_node main process ended, respawning

So obviously the install did not complete cleanly or did not clean up after itself because it looks like it’s trying to start the old node(s) on boot as well as the new, updated ones.

Should I remove the old /opt/ros-kalamos tree or is there an init script I should disable ?

Current gprop:(after dist-upgrade)
kalamos@kalamos-000070:~$ gprop
[persist.ulogcat.persist]: [1]
[ro.build.alchemy.product]: [kalamos]
[ro.build.alchemy.variant]: [ad]
[ro.build.date.utc]: [1484311020]
[ro.build.date]: [Fri Jan 13 13:37:00 CET 2017]
[ro.build.hostname]: [0f8f214ec541]
[ro.factory.serial]: [PI040385D36I000070]
[ro.hardware]: [kalamos]
[ro.model]: [kalamos]
[ro.parrot.build.group]: [drones]
[ro.parrot.build.product]: [kalamos]
[ro.parrot.build.project]: [kalamos]
[ro.parrot.build.region]: []
[ro.parrot.build.uid]: [kalamos-ad-1.0.1]
[ro.parrot.build.variant]: [ad]
[ro.parrot.build.version]: [1.0.1]
[ro.revision]: [4]
kalamos@kalamos-000070:~$

Thanks for any help you can provide.