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First thing: If it cannot find the printed file, either the software is mad or that file just isn't there. Copy that full path from the output and run ls -l <path> to check the latter.

Second thing: Originally those mesh includes are package://package_name/sub/dirs/file links, they only work if that package package_name is in your ROS_PACKAGE_PATH so ROS can find it. Which can be tested with rospack find. Your home directory probably/hopefully isn't in that path. [Equivalent: $(find package_name)/sub/dirs/file]

First thing: If it cannot find the printed file, either the software is mad or that file just isn't there. Copy that full path from the output and run ls -l <path> to check the latter.

Second thing: Originally those mesh includes are package://package_name/sub/dirs/file links, they only work if that package package_name is in your ROS_PACKAGE_PATH so ROS can find it. Which can be tested with rospack find. Your home directory probably/hopefully isn't in that path. [Equivalent: $(find package_name)/sub/dirs/file]

But an absolute ordinary linux path should work, if that file is there.