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Check in /opt and see if there is a directory called "ros". Alternatively, try "source /opt/ros/<distro>/setup.bash" where DISTRO is the distribution you think you've installed (indigo, jade, etc.)

Check in /opt and see if there is a directory called "ros". Alternatively, try "source /opt/ros/<distro>/setup.bash" where DISTRO is the distribution you think you've installed (indigo, jade, etc.) etc.). If neither works, you don't have ROS