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asked 2014-08-20 12:11:12 -0600

Andromeda gravatar image

Hello, today installed my package manager some new packages for ROS. As you can see there are new tutorials and myabe example files. Let s take for istance the URDF tutorial in the picture: image description Where are saved? How to call those tutorials?

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answered 2014-08-20 12:23:16 -0600

emacsd gravatar image

Such packages you find them in /opt/ros/indigo/share If you want to get the path for a specific package, say urdf_tutorials, you can type: roscd urdf_tutorial/

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answered 2014-08-20 12:21:45 -0600

Murilo F. M. gravatar image

Any ROS package you install using a package manager (e.g., apt-get) will be installed in the default ROS installation path (which would normally be /opt/ros/<distro>/).

If you know the name of the package, just run:

$ rospack find <package_name>

The ROS tutorial Navigating The Filesystem is a great source of information on how to use rosbash commands such as rospack.

Running nodes from those tutorial packages is exactly the same as running nodes from any other package.

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