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Siddharth P
Hi Guys,

I have a clean install of latest openni and nite on windows 7 64bit. Openni version is : 1.3.4.3 unstable and nite version is : 1.4.2.4 unstable. I'm using kinect for my project.When i try to run a sample i get the error "One or more of the following nodes could not be enumerated" following by nothing. I suspect that this is a driver issue. I have installed avin2 drivers and the driver that came along with openni. If this seems to be a driver issue, could anyone tell me what drivers i need to install to work with latest openni and nite?

thanks

-Siddharth

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[OpenNI-dev] Re: One or more of the following nodes could not be enumerated

Lance Drake
Hi Siddharth

You may ant to poke around using the niReg tool - I'm on a Mac - so
maybe it's different for the PC world

Here's what mine shows - also I Unregistered the three (for me) unused
'mock' libs.

COMMAND: $ sudo niReg -l -v > ~/Desktop/registered.txt

FILE CONTENTS:
       18 INFO       OpenNI version is 1.3.4 (Build 3)-MacOSX (Oct 11
2011 10:48:25)
       34 INFO       --- Filter Info --- Minimum Severity: NONE
OpenNI version is 1.3.4.3.

Registered modules:

(compiled with OpenNI 1.3.4.3):
        Script: OpenNI/OpenNI/1.3.4.3
/usr/lib/libXnDeviceFile.dylib (compiled with OpenNI 1.3.2.3):
        Player: PrimeSense/File/5.0.3.4

/usr/lib/libXnVFeatures_1_4_2.dylib (compiled with OpenNI 1.3.4.3):
        Scene: PrimeSense/XnVSceneAnalyzer/1.4.2.4
        User: PrimeSense/XnVSkeletonGenerator/1.4.2.4

/usr/lib/libXnVHandGenerator_1_4_2.dylib (compiled with OpenNI
1.3.4.3):
        Gesture: PrimeSense/XnVGestureGenrator/1.4.2.4
        Hands: PrimeSense/XnVHandTracker/1.4.2.4

/usr/lib/libXnDeviceSensorV2.dylib (compiled with OpenNI 1.3.4.3):
        Device: PrimeSense/SensorV2/5.0.4.3
        Depth: PrimeSense/SensorV2/5.0.4.3
        Image: PrimeSense/SensorV2/5.0.4.3
        IR: PrimeSense/SensorV2/5.0.4.3
        Audio: PrimeSense/SensorV2/5.0.4.3

/usr/lib/libXnDeviceSensorV2KM.dylib (compiled with OpenNI 1.3.2.3):
        Device: PrimeSense/SensorKinect/5.0.3.4
        Depth: PrimeSense/SensorKinect/5.0.3.4
        Image: PrimeSense/SensorKinect/5.0.3.4
        IR: PrimeSense/SensorKinect/5.0.3.4
        Audio: PrimeSense/SensorKinect/5.0.3.4

YOU CAN ALSO DO THIS:

COMMAND: $ more /var/lib/ni/modules.xml
RESULTS:
<Modules>
    <Module path="/usr/lib/libXnDeviceFile.dylib" configDir="/usr/etc/
primesense" />
    <Module path="/usr/lib/libXnVFeatures_1_4_2.dylib" configDir="/usr/
etc/primesense/Features_1_4_2" />
    <Module path="/usr/lib/libXnVHandGenerator_1_4_2.dylib"
configDir="/usr/etc/primesense/Hands_1_4_2" />
    <Module path="/usr/lib/libXnDeviceSensorV2.dylib" />
    <Module path="/usr/lib/libXnDeviceSensorV2KM.dylib" configDir="/
usr/etc/primesense" />
</Modules>

I found that things did not work for me until I installed (in this
order):
1) openni-bin-macosx-v1.3.4.3
2) sensor-bin-macosx-v5.0.4.3
3) nite-bin-macosx-v1.4.2.4
4) SensorKinect-Bin-MacOSX-v5.0.3.4

HTH

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