[ros-users] ROS & non-ROS installations of OGRE

Benjamin Cohen bencohen2 at gmail.com
Fri May 21 16:19:42 UTC 2010


I have a somewhat related question to Yatish's question from a few days ago.

I'm supporting a lab of machines running 64-bit Ubuntu 9.10 with a shared
installation of boxturtle with ros-pkgs from 3/27/10. I recently installed a
second OGRE-based 3D visualizer and it required OGRE v1.6.5 be installed. I
think the ros-pkg version of ogre is 1.7.x (?).  I thought that since
ros-pkgs has its own version of ogre, the local installation of ogre on the
machines wouldn't cause a fuss between them. I still think the two ogres can
live in peace (hehe) however when I recently went to re-rosmake Gazebo, Ogre
gave me this message:
"You have OGRE 1.6 locally, making a soft link to the system version."
I'm assuming there is a way to force Ogre to actually get compiled and not
link to the system version so Gazebo can get compiled and they can live
happily ever after. Is that possible? How do I do that?

thank you,

*When compiling Gazebo:*
make[3]: Entering directory
make[3]: Leaving directory
make[3]: Entering directory
[  5%] Building CXX object
In file included from
*OgreVisual.hh:30:18: error: Ogre.h: No such file or directory*
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