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Why is it so hard to install ros on Gentoo? After 2 days and nearly there just as you are.

This package can be installed with:

$roslocate info move_base_msgs - git: local-name: move_base_msgs uri: version: groovy-devel$roslocate info move_base_msgs | wstool merge -
$wstool update  I think it may ask for more dependencies later on. Also we should write the process of installation we followed somewhere because there is an incredible lack of information. Why is it so hard to install ros on Gentoo? After 2 days and nearly there just as you are. This package can be installed with: $roslocate info move_base_msgs
- git:
local-name: move_base_msgs
uri:
version: groovy-devel

$roslocate info move_base_msgs | wstool merge -$wstool update


I think it may ask for more dependencies later on. Also we should write the process of installation we followed somewhere because there is an incredible lack of information.

After I add this package it asks for more things:

Failed to invoke /opt/ros/groovy/bin/rospack deps-manifests base_local_planner
[rospack] Error: package/stack 'costmap_2d' depends on non-existent package 'pcl_ros' and rosdep claims that it is not a system dependency. Check the ROS_PACKAGE_PATH or try calling 'rosdep update'


I don't know if I should follow the same procedure with this one. I know pcl is big.