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Indigo ARM wet build on Beaglebone Black

asked 2014-09-26 17:24:59 -0600

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I have gotten fairly far along in building a Ubuntu 14.04 Indigo on a beaglebone Black and the install went through the 'robot' rosdep install .

As a matter of fact I see this:

ubuntu@arm:~/ros_catkin_ws/src/common_msgs/sensor_msgs/msg$ ls CameraInfo.msg JoyFeedback.msg PointCloud.msg ChannelFloat32.msg JoyFeedbackArray.msg PointCloud2.msg CompressedImage.msg LaserEcho.msg PointField.msg FluidPressure.msg LaserScan.msg Range.msg Illuminance.msg MagneticField.msg RegionOfInterest.msg Image.msg MultiDOFJointState.msg RelativeHumidity.msg Imu.msg MultiEchoLaserScan.msg Temperature.msg JointState.msg NavSatFix.msg TimeReference.msg Joy.msg NavSatStatus.msg

I see this after installing ros_arduino_bridge and rebuilding via rosdep.

ubuntu@arm:~$ locate sensor_msgs|grep Range /home/ubuntu/ros_catkin_ws/src/common_msgs/sensor_msgs/msg/Range.msg /home/ubuntu/ros_catkin_ws/src/genmsg/test/files/sensor_msgs/msg/Range.msg

so it isn't anywhere in the executable path.

Here is where it complains during launch:

/ros_arduino_python/", line 24, in <module> from sensor_msgs.msg import Range ImportError: No module named sensor_msgs.msg


rosdep install --from-paths src --ignore-src --rosdistro indigo -y

gives one error message:

Reading state information... Done E: Unable to locate package collada-dom-dev ERROR: the following rosdeps failed to install apt: command [sudo apt-get install -y collada-dom-dev] failed

after a apt-get and rosdep update the same error occurs.

Not a major or urgent issue for me, just trying to learn how things work by kicking the tires.

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answered 2014-09-26 18:56:39 -0600

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if you're only at the rosdep stage, nothing has been built. It's just resolving system dependencies. You need to continue down the instructions to get to the build step.

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