[Ros-kinect] openni_camera warning after graphic card upgrade
Hi all, I'm using Ubuntu 10.04.2 system and I recently upgraded my graphic card to GeForce GTX560Ti. After upgrade, I reinstalled ROS and openni_kinect to my system. My problem is that when I "roslaunch openni_camera openni_node.launch" I get the following WARNiING at the end:
isnl@isnl:~$ roslaunch openni_camera openni_node.launch ... logging to /home/isnl/.ros/log/5b6d633a-7272-11e0-9a3d-00248c3b62c4/roslaunch-isnl-26419.log Checking log directory for disk usage. This may take awhile.
Press Ctrl-C to interrupt Done checking log file disk usage. Usage is <1GB.
setting /run_id to 5b6d633a-7272-11e0-9a3d-00248c3b62c4 process[rosout-1]: started with pid 
started core service [/rosout] process[openni_node1_manager-2]: started with pid  process[openni_node1-3]: started with pid  process[openni_node1_metric-4]: started with pid  process[openni_node1_disparity-5]: started with pid 
process[openni_node1_point_cloud_xyz-6]: started with pid  process[openni_node1_point_cloud_xyzrgb-7]: started with pid  process[kinect_base_link4-8]: started with pid  [ INFO] [1304089631.508944781]: Number devices connected: 1
[ INFO] [1304089631.509102623]: 1. device on bus 001:12 is a Xbox NUI Camera (2ae) from Microsoft (45e) with serial id 'A00366A18077040A' [ INFO] [1304089631.510196521]: Searching for device with index = 1 [ INFO] [1304089632.966934559]: Opened 'Xbox NUI Camera' on bus 1:12 with serial number 'A00366A18077040A'
[ INFO] [1304089633.024066087]: rgb_frame_id = '/openni_rgb_optical_frame' [ INFO] [1304089633.024211819]: depth_frame_id = '/openni_depth_optical_frame' [ INFO] [1304089633.028995084]: RGB camera uncalibrated, using default camera parameters
[ INFO] [1304089633.029927376]: IR camera uncalibrated, using default camera parameters [ WARN] [1304089633.040599125]: Simulating driver version 0.1.x, including deprecated topic structure
Does this WARNING at the bottom line has something to do with the new graphic card?
If so, how can I adjust my graphic card configuration to solve it? Thanks.