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2014-02-28 02:10:02 -0500 asked a question Is Header required in a message? states:

The special nature of Header is mainly for historical reasons, such as preserving recorded data.

Does this mean that for newly created messages this field should/must omitted? Or should I still include it (to have normal/full functionality)?

I guess my question actually is: What is this Header type and why do I need it?

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2014-02-16 21:41:16 -0500 answered a question rospack ends with "rosboost_cfg.rosboost_cfg.BoostError"

On my 64-bit Ubuntu (13.10), the boost libraries are installed in /usr/lib/x86-64-linux-gnu, so rosboost-cfg needs to be made aware of this by setting ROS_BOOST_LIB_DIR_NAME like this:

ROS_BOOST_LIB_DIR_NAME=/usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/ rosboost-cfg --libs thread

and it is able to find the boost libraries again. You can of course also set the environment variable, if you do not want to add the ROS_BOOST_LIB_DIR_NAME all the time:

export ROS_BOOST_LIB_DIR_NAME=/usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/
rosboost-cfg --libs thread
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