Expand /dev/root storage space on VOXL2 for custom ROS package?
I'm trying to run a custom ROS package onboard my Seeker drone (VOXL2). The custom ROS package has a lot of Python dependencies - I'd estimate it could be up to 10GB including everything in total, based on when I installed the dependencies on my Ubuntu machine.
However, there is not enough free space in the /dev/root filesystem to handle the Python dependencies and the custom ROS node.
Could there by some way that I can re-allocate space from something else (say, /dev/sda9) for /dev/root?
For reference, the custom ROS package that I'm trying to install is a modified version of the yolov7-ros package.
[I'm also looking into the voxl-tflite-server for a custom TFLite model, but the documentation for voxl-tflite-server makes me think it would be difficult to get my custom model to be compatible]
Any suggestions are appreciated!
@nickyblanch Seeker uses VOXL 1, not VOXL 2. You should use the /data/ partition which should have around 16GB
@Moderator I see, thank you for the clarification - I think I was confused because I saw the HW info returned Flight Core V2.
I will try to run everything from /data/ , but I was initially worried about path errors because the other ROS packages and Python dependencies appeared to be installed in root. Will update here.