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Is it possible to compile ros without roslisp?

SBCL is not available on armfh, and I'd really like to run ROS on this device. :)


Originally posted by Dereck on ROS Answers with karma: 1070 on 2013-09-18

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Comment by RodBelaFarin on 2013-11-01:
same problem here. was anybody able to solve this?

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It turns out the roslisp is not required, and even though the ros-desktop package fails to install you can still install pretty much everything you need on ARM.


Originally posted by Dereck with karma: 1070 on 2013-11-01

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Comment by dave.peacock on 2014-02-19:
Any tips on how to do this? I have an armel processor running an old Debian, just trying to get ros-base 'variant' built, don't see any docs other than the basic install from source pages on the wiki. Thanks in advance

Comment by RodBelaFarin on 2014-02-19:
yes, go to your catkin workspace inside the source folder and delete sbcl and everything, which does not compile, from the source-folder manually. afterwards ROS Hydro worked for me very fine on my PandaBoard armhf.

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