dzdon N1 and N2 and that should do the trick
18.104.22.168, then you can just start the dzd with the option
zenohdas well as on
dzdyou can use the
—helpcommand line argument to get a description of all options
I was able to run zenoh-pico on an ESP32 and to successfully test the publish operation. I created a draft pull request on github. I still need to test the remaining examples provided by zenoh.
Hi @cguimaraes , that’s very nice! Out of curiosity, do you have an idea how big is zenoh-pico on those devices? You are the first testing it on such platform and we are very curious to know about your experience on making zenoh-pico work there!
Hi @expploitt , this menas that pthread is not supported in your target platform. As you can see, it tries to include the unix.h file which are platfrom-specific includes for normal unix-based systems like Mac OS X and Linux.
If those includes are not available, then ad-hoc includes and libraries should be included for the specific target platform.
pthread is used for spawning new threads and mutex implementations to allow concurrent read/write operations. However, this might not be available everywhere out of the box. Is there any similar libary in Zephyr that expose the same kind of behaviour?