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[hddtemp] defined as "not available" for OS version [*]

asked 2022-09-11 12:37:38 -0600

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I am trying to install ROS Noetic on my Ubuntu 22.04 LTS virtual machine by source following this tutorial:, when i execute the code:

johndoe@Ubuntu:~/ros_catkin_ws$ rosdep install --from-paths ./src --ignore-packages-from-source --rosdistro noetic -y

I get the following result: ERROR: the following packages/stacks could not have their rosdep keys resolved to system dependencies: diagnostic_common_diagnostics: [hddtemp] defined as "not available" for OS version [*] I had tried to install hddtemp but that didn't change anything. Forgive me if their is an obvious mistake, im new to both ROS and Linux.

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answered 2022-09-12 01:39:00 -0600

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This is an error from rosdep saying that hddtemp is not defined for your platform 22.04:

Looking at the rosdep database it looks like it is indeed only defined for bionic, focal, and impish

Looking at the ubuntu package: that looks to be accurately reflect the availability of the package.

It's not clear why the package is not released on newer platforms by Ubuntu.

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