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hello world is this answer box workin?1) I suggest you modify your ~/.bashrc file by adding the following line: export ROS_PACKAGE_PATH=/path/to/usarsim-code:$ROS_PACKAGE_PATH

1) I suggest you modify your ~/.bashrc file by adding the following line: export ROS_PACKAGE_PATH=/path/to/usarsim-code:$ROS_PACKAGE_PATH

2) What do you mean exactly? In /path/to/usarsim-code/usarsim_inf/launch you find the usarsim.launch template file together with some working examples

1) I suggest you modify your ~/.bashrc file by adding the following line: export ROS_PACKAGE_PATH=/path/to/usarsim-code:$ROS_PACKAGE_PATH

2) What do you mean exactly? In /path/to/usarsim-code/usarsim_inf/launch you find the usarsim.launch template file together with some working examples

3) I did not know the repo by Billy Okal, I'll try it. However I downloaded the software from sourceforge and managed to compile only the usarsim_inf package. Simply cd to the usarsim_inf directory and enter make

1) I suggest you modify your ~/.bashrc file by adding the following line: export ROS_PACKAGE_PATH=/path/to/usarsim-code:$ROS_PACKAGE_PATH

2) What do you mean exactly? In /path/to/usarsim-code/usarsim_inf/launch you find the usarsim.launch template file together with some working examples

3) I did not know the repo by Billy Okal, I'll try it. However I downloaded the software from sourceforge and managed to compile only the usarsim_inf package. Simply cd to the usarsim_inf directory and enter make

4) yes

1) I suggest you modify your ~/.bashrc file by adding the following line: export ROS_PACKAGE_PATH=/path/to/usarsim-code:$ROS_PACKAGE_PATH

2) What do you mean exactly? In /path/to/usarsim-code/usarsim_inf/launch you find the usarsim.launch template file together with some working examples

3) I did not know the repo by Billy Okal, I'll try it. However I downloaded the software from sourceforge and managed to compile only the usarsim_inf package. Simply cd to the usarsim_inf directory and enter make

4) yesyes, look for the map_server entry in the wiki