[ros-users] ros debian

Miguel Prada miguel.register at gmail.com
Thu May 27 07:58:36 UTC 2010

Hi Narashiman,

Check what Tully explained on his last email in this thread. (Pasted below)


El 26/05/2010, a las 21:26, Tully Foote escribió:

> There are several ways to get the boostrap build if you installed with "--nobuild".  
> The easiest way is to "cd ~/ros && make" Where you change ~/ros to the directory you copied things into.   
> You can also run "rosmake --rosdep-install --bootstrap" which is what the above will call through to.  
> Note: you will have to have your package paths setup before you do either of these.  And the paths in the setup.sh file may need to change if you are a different user or a different directory on the new machine.  
> Tully
> On Wed, May 26, 2010 at 12:18 PM, Miguel Prada Sarasola <miguel.register at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Josh,
> I didn't think that rosinstall compiled anything, but now that you
> mention, it seems pretty obvious that it must compile some of the most
> basic utilities (i.e. roscd, rosmake, etc). Am I wrong?
> And in case those are compiled by rosinstall, which would be the best
> way to compile them if you specify "--nobuild" option? I can see there's
> an "--update" option for rosinstall, would this be the way?
> Regards,
> Miguel.
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