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I get Unable to locate package ros-indigo-motoman

motoman_driver has not been released for ROS Kinetic (nor Melodic). So using apt would not work, and in addition, you cannot install ROS Indigo packages on Ubuntu Xenial (which is what you have as Ubuntu OS if you have installed ROS Kinetic).

See #q320046 for a Q&A that explains how to figure out whether packages have been released or not.

For now: you'll have to build all packages in ros-industrial/motoman in a Catkin workspace.

This is explained in the readme of ros-industrial/motoman (specifically, the Building section).

when I run sudo apt-get install ros-indigo-motoman

I get Unable to locate package ros-indigo-motoman

motoman_driver has not been released for ROS Kinetic (nor Melodic). So using apt would not work, and in addition, you cannot install ROS Indigo packages on Ubuntu Xenial (which is what you have as Ubuntu OS if you have installed ROS Kinetic).

This is also mentioned on wiki/motoman (emphasis mine):

The packages in the main repository have been released into ROS Indigo on Ubuntu, making installation through apt-get or synaptic possible. Other Linux distributions will have to build from source.

To install all released Indigo packages, run the following on the command line: [..]

See #q320046 for a Q&A that explains how to figure out whether packages have been released or not.

For now: you'll have to build all packages in ros-industrial/motoman in a Catkin workspace.

This is explained in the readme of ros-industrial/motoman (specifically, the Building section).

when I run sudo apt-get install ros-indigo-motoman

I get Unable to locate package ros-indigo-motoman

motoman_driver has not been released for ROS Kinetic (nor Melodic). So using apt would not work, and in addition, you cannot install ROS Indigo packages on Ubuntu Xenial (which is what you have as Ubuntu OS if you have installed ROS Kinetic).

This is also mentioned on wiki/motoman (emphasis mine):

The packages in the main repository have been released into ROS Indigo on Ubuntu, making installation through apt-get or synaptic possible. Other Linux distributions will have to build from source.source.

To install all released Indigo packages, run the following on the command line: [..]

See #q320046 for a Q&A that explains how to figure out whether packages have been released or not.

For now: you'll have to build all packages in ros-industrial/motoman in a Catkin workspace.

This is explained in the readme of ros-industrial/motoman (specifically, the Building section).