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I'm trying to build Ardusim for use on my turtlebot. ROS Electric, Ubuntu 10.04 and I issued these commands:

alan@alan-desktop:~$ cd ~/ros_workspace

alan@alan-desktop:~/ros_workspace$ svn checkout http://isr-uc-ros-pkg.googlecode.com/svn/stacks/lse_arduino/trunk/ardusim

alan@alan-desktop:~/ros_workspace$ cd ardusim alan@alan-desktop:~/ros_workspace/ardusim$ rosmake

But, I don't think it found everything:

Failed to find stack for package [lse_sensor_msgs] Failed to load rosdep.yaml for package [lse_sensor_msgs]:Cannot locate installation of package lse_sensor_msgs: [rospack] couldn't find package [lse_sensor_msgs]. ROS_ROOT[/opt/ros/electric/ros] ROS_PACKAGE_PATH[/home/alan/ros_workspace:/opt/ros/electric/stacks] Failed to find stack for package [cereal_port] Failed to load rosdep.yaml for package [cereal_port]:Cannot locate installation of package cereal_port: [rospack] couldn't find package [cereal_port]. ROS_ROOT[/opt/ros/electric/ros] ROS_PACKAGE_PATH[/home/alan/ros_workspace:/opt/ros/electric/stacks]

So what is the proper way to get and build Ardusim?

Thanks,

Alan


Originally posted by KM6VV on ROS Answers with karma: 191 on 2012-10-04

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I don't know if there is an automatic way to install the dependencies, but you can find the missing stacks at:

lse_sensor_msgs -> http://isr-uc-ros-pkg.googlecode.com/svn/stacks/lse_messages/trunk/

cereal_port -> http://isr-uc-ros-pkg.googlecode.com/svn/stacks/serial_communication/trunk/

If you installed ROS from source you can use the tools roslocate and rosinstall to do it.

Maybe some installation guru can give you a better approach or take a look at this answer: installing ros packages from source.


Originally posted by Martin Peris with karma: 5625 on 2012-10-04

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